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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (28), Grades (32), Sports/Extracurriculars (18), College Essay (11)
I had an 1130 SAT and 2May 28 2004Finance
I had an 1130 SAT and 2.5 GPA out of HS...I didn't get in immediately. But I transferred after getting a 3.4 my Freshman year and was accepted.
SAT: 1130 Male
U of D has become one of the mostMay 11 2004Psychology
U of D has become one of the most competitive Universities around. Your GPA in h.s. and extra curricular activities are extremely important. Without the lists of activities I probably would not have gotten in. If you do come here be prepared to get involved in many activities!
SAT: 1220 Female
I took the SAT, and I got a reseasonable scoreMay 10 2004Sociology
I took the SAT, and I got a reseasonable score. I was involved in my high school. My advice is to be involved. The more colleges see that you are interested, the more they are interested in you.
SAT: 1110 Female
Do not come hereApr 11 2004Economics
do not come here. worst descision you will eevr make. people here are dumb as well. A small minority of students here are extremely intelligent, hardworking, clean, and honest people, but the majority unfortunately are the opposite.
I had a 2Apr 08 2004Business - Management and Administration
I had a 2.9999 GPA and an 1110 SAT score and i got into this school last year. I didnt have any extracurricular activities either. I just wrote a long essay saying how much i wanted to go to the school.If u really want to come to the school make sure u let them know that.Visit the campus mention names of professors and if an admissions officer comes to your school talk with the person and let them get to know u. I also mentioned my job that i had and got a great letter of recommendation from my employer. The admissions standards arnt really as high as they say alot of people i know that go here had similiar grades and SAT's too me. Grades and SAT's arnt everything, i had some of the lowest SAT's and highschool GPA but first semester at Delaware i was in the top 20 percent of my class. People with 4.0's and 1300's do fail out, my first semester roomate haha.
SAT: 1110 Male
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