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The University of North Carolina - Charlotte

Students who got into UNCC-Charlotte:

Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (18), Grades (21), Sports/Extracurriculars (1), College Essay (2)
I was in the top 10% of my graduatingMay 11 2005Business - Management and Administration
I was in the top 10% of my graduating class and scored very well on the SAT. I would recommend studying very hard, performing well in high school, and taking plenty of college prep. courses. Taking an SAT course would help.
SAT: 1250 Male
I applied and i was acceptedApr 25 2005Unknown
I applied and i was accepted.

I wouldn't recommend that school to anyone.
SAT: 1200 Female

If you REALLY want to attend this school, gainApr 02 2005Unknown
If you REALLY want to attend this school, gain residency first so that you don't have to pay the out-of-state tuition. The in-state tuition is a rip-off.

If you're a foreign student--- even a non-humanities student-- go somewhere else. I am an American and I was treated like an enemy foreigner.Foreign students don't seem to get much better treatment. I know a LOT of foreign UNCC students. Most are angry and disillusioned.
SAT: 1600 Female

High SAT! ESSENTIAL!!! Extra stuff (sports, clubs) Average grades,Aug 09 2004Undecided
High SAT! ESSENTIAL!!! Extra stuff (sports, clubs) Average grades, but make sure you do not slack off your senior year!
Study hard, think ahead, self-relying, and most importantly, youAug 06 2004Computer Science
Study hard, think ahead, self-relying, and most importantly, you must know what you want to do in Computer Science. Do not rely too much on Professors, only when needed. Do not abuse this aspect and expect professors to help you with your every problem, including rediculous excuses such as "I can't understand program's requirements", "I don't understand how the 'for', 'while', 'do...while', 'if-else if' work", "I compiled the program but I don't understand why it gave me wrong result(s)", etc..
SAT: 1250 Male
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