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Arizona State University

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Frankly, ASU is a state schoolJan 23 2009Biology
Frankly, ASU is a state school. Unlike other states who have different "tiers" of universities, Arizona's three large schools all have the same admissions standards (not terribly high, to be honest). Out of state admission is somewhat more competitive. I was offered admission to ASU based solely on SAT scores.
SAT: 1300 Male
had a 2.5 highschool gpaDec 18 2008Sociology
had a 2.5 highschool gpa.
its really easy to get into asu
Female
They admit pretty much anyone--if you have a pulseNov 22 2008Anthropology
They admit pretty much anyone--if you have a pulse and can pay for the application fee--you get in.
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You have to understand that this school has aNov 08 2008Business - Management and Administration
You have to understand that this school has a 95% acceptance rate. I'm pretty sure you're gonna be fine.
W.P. Carey school is a little tougher, though. Just have above a 3.0, a mid-to-high 20 on the ACT or a 1100 math+reading on the SAT and you'll be FINE. There are no essays!
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ASU is ridiculously easy to get accepted toNov 03 2008Journalism
ASU is ridiculously easy to get accepted to. The journalism department has higher standards, but definitely not out of reach. Take the SAT's a couple times to show that you put forth an effort, achieve the minimum GPA (3.5 I think?) and you're in.
SAT: 1900 Female
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