|Students who got into AMU say:|
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I had good SAT scores and took about 18 college classes in high school that transferred. I was an exception though. The school was pathetically easy to get in to.
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| Dec 27 2012 | Honestly, it had to have been the simplest process in the world. The hardest part for me enrolling was getting my transcripts from Kaplan! Besides that, I had no problems, especially as a service member because everything was sent directly to the university. Furthermore, I was able to assist six service members in my company while deployed in Afghanistan to enroll into AMU. It is not lengthy or difficult. Just ensure that you are not on any financial holds via TA. Nothing, there aren't ANY admissions requirements. Just have a pulse and pay the money, and you're in! Stay away - go to a real school, a traditional brick and mortar where they ask students for test scores and have an essay exam that they have to pass before having the privilege to enroll. If you are going to use FAFSA, go somewhere else. If you use only Army TA, it is fantastic.
Some classes are very intensive on the work. You do have weekly assignments and some instructors are very strict on that. Some classes are a waste of time.