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The City University of New York New York City College of Technology

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SAT Math + Verbal:
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Your Chances at CUNY/NYCT
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
9,541
7,329
# Admitted
8,072
4,885
% Admitted
84.6%
66.7%
% Overall
76.8%

Students who got into CUNY/NYCT:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (2), Grades (3), Sports/Extracurriculars (0), College Essay (0)
Don't go to this school unless you have noJun 24 2016Mechanical Engineering
Don't go to this school unless you have no other options. Community college is better than this school but its not as bad as some reviews make it sound like.
SAT: 1800 Male
Walked in and signed upMay 14 2014Radiological Sciences
Walked in and signed up. They will basically take anyone here.
Male
I payed 65$ for startersApr 22 2013Computer Engineering
I payed 65$ for starters. I had to go through an incredible amount of trips (2.25 metro per ride for about 15 trips before school started) back and fourth to the school just for them to approve me in terms of paper work. My advice, that is if you like going to shitty schools like this one, is to make sure to ask a lot of questions because If you don't the people at the office will take advantage of your innocence and have you go back and fourth the school like how they did me.
Male
If you have the grades and the scores, youFeb 18 2013Undecided
If you have the grades and the scores, you can do better. This school is only for those who really blew it in high school, and in order to save themselves from humiliation, they came here.
Female
I transfered from another collegeAug 28 2012Art & Design Department
I transfered from another college. you just need to have a GPA higher than 2.8
Female
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