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Andrews University

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Your Chances at Andrews
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# Applicants
1,096
1,455
# Admitted
395
562
% Admitted
36.0%
38.6%
% Overall
37.5%

Students who got into Andrews:

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Getting in is not difficult especially if you areDec 03 2010Other
Getting in is not difficult especially if you are within the denomination. The difficulty is in financing. Tuition is expensive especially when compared to the scholarships offered. Becoming a National Merit Finalist on the PSAT will get you a full ride otherwise $10,000 renewable scholarship is the highest you can get with SAT/ACT scores. That adds up to about $40,000 of the over $115,000 over four years. The school is still worth the tuition, purely for the experience.
ACT: 24 SAT: 1820 Female
I've applied, did recommendations letters,Apr 09 2009Unknown
I've applied, did recommendations letters, SAT scores that's pretty much it. Not that hard to get in.

I'd recommend other students to choose another school if you want the best education, and stay in your home state, it's worth it living next to the cows(farms) that smell kills at night. If you a city person, this school is definitely not for you. And school is boring, and don't forget those stupid curfew times.
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