|Students who got into ASU say:|
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Are you living? Are you breathing? Can you add? (If you answered yes to two of these three questions, you're in!)
| Business - Management and Administration|
| Jan 16 2003 | ASU is pretty easy to get into, so I will not make any general recommendations. However, I will say the many people who apply to the honors program drop out, because of the work load. If you apply and get in, you may want to consider if it is right for you. I did absolutely nothing to get into ASU, im a C student. Didnt even have to take SAT's
I was a good student in high school, had a lot of solid work experience that was related to my major, and am technically from Australia, so I think the combination of grades and experience helped me get into the college. But don't worry too much, ASU is selective, but not nearly as selective as the Ivy Leagues. Which makes it all the more accessible. I would hate to attend MIT or Stanford, most of the kids there have been spoilt beyond all belief. ASU's tech transfer program is better than those colleges' programs anyway. ASU is only getting better. MUCH better.
| Computer Engineering|| Jul 30 2002 |