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Tips mention: Interview (8), ACT/SAT (33), Grades (51), Sports/Extracurriculars (9), College Essay (24)
To get into the university you need the requirementsMar 03 2011Art & Design Department
To get into the university you need the requirements of a good gpa, official transcripts, write a good essay, get good sat scores and for the design majors , a great portfolio.

A portfolio that demonstrates you strongest work, as well as your versatile.

Be ready for FREAZING COLD, i came from florida, a fleece and a strong winter jacket that blocks air, under armor and ear muffs are the most important.

but i love it here and so will you!
ACT: 24 SAT: 1860 Female

You'll only get lucky to get in if youFeb 13 2011Language - French/Spanish/etc.
You'll only get lucky to get in if you have a hearing impairment. Otherwise, your ACT score has got to reach above 22 in order to get in. You might want to take a bit of time to prove that you can contribute to the technology areas of your high school career, you can contribute there.
APPLY EARLYDec 28 2010Computer Engineering
APPLY EARLY. Even if your not coming to rit, the sooner you apply the better. Im an average student and I got in, dont think you cant get in somewhere because how you did in highschool, just apply early and stay positive liek i did. RIT was the only school i applied to, and only one i wanted to go to. I applied early November. Im glad i got in :)
SAT: 1650 Male
As I said, electrical engineeringNov 12 2010Electrical Engineering
as I said, electrical engineering.

Don't go here. ever.

If you do, just avoid Ramanan at all costs in EE.
Names to get in EE: Hoople and Moon. They're good, but prepare to work your ass off.
SAT: 1180 Male

If you decide to go to RIT, go and visitOct 15 2010Electrical Engineering
If you decide to go to RIT, go and visit. Talk to students, not to the administration. Meet with your future department head, and interview with him; you not only will have a better chance of being accepted, but you also will have a better understanding of how your next 4-5 years will be.
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