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Tips mention: Interview (3), ACT/SAT (18), Grades (20), Sports/Extracurriculars (4), College Essay (6)
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To get into American I participated in and wasMar 24 2019Political Science
To get into American I participated in and was chair of a number of extra curricular activities. Having higher grades and good test scores is practically a necessity because American does not have a host of sports teams students can get in on. American is also interesting because they care a lot about demonstrated interest in the school so, they will document if you visit campus on a tour. Learning who your admissions counselor is at American and reaching out is also a good idea. In my case, American offered interviews in my area to get to know students better and inform prospective students if they had any questions.

I would highly recommend applying Early Decision because American offers a fall deadline for ED1 in November and then a winter deadline for ED2 in January. Early Decision is a binding agreement but, when I applied ED2 I knew I wanted to go and the acceptance rates are higher for ED students because, to the university, they are guaranteed enrollments.
ACT: 34 Male

I recommend that you throw your brain out ofMar 13 2018Philosophy
I recommend that you throw your brain out of the window and become Zombified, then you will fit right in and your masters can better control you.
AU's admissions rate is artificially low because so manyFeb 20 2018Political Science
AU's admissions rate is artificially low because so many people are applying, but it's not as rigorous a school as others with similarly low acceptance rates might be. I'd recommend doing an overnight visit where you spend a night in a current student's dorm, because it shows AU that you're interested and you can get a good idea of how on-campus living is. But be warned, such a visit will be highly curated. You won't be allowed to do much exploring on your own, if any. It's really more to make yourself look good in AU's eyes than it is for you to learn about how AU truly is. Good luck!
SAT: 1360 Male
Be the best student you can be, and tryDec 07 2016Math
Be the best student you can be, and try to diversify yourself from anyone else who just did well in high school.
ACT: 34 Female
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