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Belmont University

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Remarkably easy to get inDec 23 2014Business - Management and Administration
Remarkably easy to get in. Its harder to get accepted into most state schools. Belmont is really trying to expand and thus are accepting the vast majority of applications.
It is not difficult to get into Belmont, theseNov 23 2014Business - Management and Administration
It is not difficult to get into Belmont, these days. They will accept 80% of the students that apply because they are trying to raise as much money as possible to fund their rapid-expansion University money-making scheme. Don't fall for it. Go somewhere else with more integrity.
Getting in isn't hardMay 04 2014Music - Composition/Theory
Getting in isn't hard. Belmont has like a 72% or acceptance rate I think. I only had like a 3.2 in hs and a 22 on my act and I was fine. That had nothing to do with getting into the songwriting program though. You just have to be able to write a quality song for that and you'll be fine.
ACT: 22 Male
It's not really that hard to get into BelmontMar 05 2014Business - Management and Administration
It's not really that hard to get into Belmont. The school would have you believe otherwise. Acceptance rate is high 70% and the school wants to grow, so they are increasing the number of people they accept each year. If you feel you have an average college application, you are probably going to get into Belmont. That being said, if you feel you have an incredible college application, you should look at more schools because you likely won't feel challenged enough at Belmont.
ACT: 34 SAT: 2020 Male
It is super easy to get into Belmont! They'reMar 04 2014Communications
It is super easy to get into Belmont! They're acceptance rate hovers around 85%!
You could do basically nothing special in school and get in. My question is: why would you want to????
ACT: 26 Female

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