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Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (20), Grades (36), Sports/Extracurriculars (9), College Essay (13)
My grades were decent in high school, my satDec 06 2003Business - Management and Administration
My grades were decent in high school, my sat scores were good, other than I would suggest attending a community college prior to attending this university if you're looking to save some bucks. This school works closely with the community colleges nearby and if you plan it correctly, most if not all your classes that you pay half the amount for will transfer with no problem.
SAT: 1100 Female
I transferred from Drexel UJul 24 2003Communications
I transferred from Drexel U...also in Philadelphia. I had no problem getting right into the classes I wanted. I recommend making yourself stand out by taking internships as early as possible or participating in organizations such a sports or scouts in HS. Most univerisities want a renaissance person...and Temple is no exception.
SAT: 1180 Female
Because Temple is a state school, I would notMay 15 2003Journalism
Because Temple is a state school, I would not consider it difficult to get into (although it may be slightly more difficult now than when I applied because there are more applicants). A combination of good grades in high school, a good SAT score, extracurricular activities and community service helped me get into Temple.
SAT: 1200 Male
I was a terrible slacker in high school, butApr 27 2003Communications
I was a terrible slacker in high school, but I got good grades, had teachers who liked me, and was a good writer. Getting in was not too hard at that point, but admissions have been getting more difficult. Just write a good essay.
SAT: 1300 Male
I didn't slack off my senior year of high schoolApr 25 2003Cultures/Civilization
I didn't slack off my senior year of high school. I didn't break my back, but I certainly didn't let senioritis get the best of me. If you really want to go to Temple, visit the place. You've heard about the area, and perhaps you may get some culture shock on your first glimpse. But seeing where Temple is, what students do, what classes look like, etc. are all things that will help you reflect on whether this is it for you.
SAT: 1220 Female
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