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Asbury University

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Students who got into Asbury:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (1), Grades (1), Sports/Extracurriculars (1), College Essay (0)
I applied, visited and talked with my admissions counselorSep 20 2018Communications
ACT: 22 Male
I thoroughly looked for scholarshipsSep 19 2018Biology
I thoroughly looked for scholarships. I prepared well in high school. i recommend people be involved in high school in various clubs. Asbury has so many opportunities to get involved and some past knowledge helps a lot with understanding club dynamics.
ACT: 22 Female
If took the ACT and SAT until I metMar 23 2018English
If took the ACT and SAT until I met the score requirements for Asbury's third level presidential scholarship, which comes with an invitation to a scholarship competition, where the school evaluates students and awards some 75% and 100% scholarships, in addition to guaranteeing all participants at least a 50% scholarship. I maintained my GPA in high school. I would recommend focusing more on grades, then on standardized test scores to have the best chance of getting into Asbury.
ACT: 30 SAT: 2012 Female
I thought it was pretty easy to get inMar 28 2006Language - French/Spanish/etc.
I thought it was pretty easy to get in. I could have gotten in to a much harder university or college, I think.
Our application is not difficult and Asbury will acceptJan 17 2005Communications
Our application is not difficult and Asbury will accept students who show that they are people of integrity. Most people did pretty well in high school but not all. I've worked for the admissions office for 2 years and find that they are more than willing to work with students who are interested.
SAT: 1350 Male
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