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Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (15), Grades (20), Sports/Extracurriculars (19), College Essay (9)
Test scores, and a great essay! as well asApr 20 2015Math
Test scores, and a great essay! as well as involvement in high school!
ACT: 30 Female
Write a good essayApr 07 2015Political Science
Write a good essay. Everyone looks the same on paper with clubs and leadership and gpa. The essay separates you.
ACT: 30 SAT: 1390 Male
DO NOT GO HERE IF YOU HAVE A PHYSICALJun 20 2014Communications
DO NOT GO HERE IF YOU HAVE A PHYSICAL AND/OR LEARNING DISABILITY!!!! I came to BC fresh out of brain surgery and they promised me that I would be registered in the Connors Family Learning Center and that they had a Traumatic Brain Injury Program. I was never registered in either of these programs despite my urgent inquiry and pleas for help. Boston college allowed me to fail, and refused to provide me the help I needed. Please don't make the same mistake I did.
Very selectiveApr 25 2012Philosophy
Very selective. Admissions is very tough, they don't always choose the highest GPA and SAT rather they look at your whole image and what you can offer to their school. The Jesuit mission is very different from other non-religiously affiliated schools, bear that in mind as you apply!
SAT: 2100 Male
Make sure you have the minimum sat scores andAug 08 2011Accounting
make sure you have the minimum sat scores and gpa or at least close to it. if youre not sure youll get in, ill let you in on a little secret: part of the weight of your application is the high school you went to, moreso the people from you high school that have gone to BC-if no one has gone it wont hurt you, if people have gone and done well itll up your chances. extracurriculars and community service is a big thing for admissions. also work hard on your essay, a good essay will make up for anything else you are lacking-make sure it says something about you, the person you are, and what you will contribute to the college
SAT: 1370 Female
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