|Students who got into COW say:|
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| | I think the best advice to give to a student hoping to get accepted into Wooster would be to get involved with extra-curricular activities in high school and trying to get leadership positions. Other advice would be to start looking at schools early to make sure Wooster is the right fit. Spend time on your essays. Wooster values writing very highly, and a good essay can greatly increase your chances of acceptance and scholarship. People skills are also very VERY important if you have an interview. Be friendly, and most importantly, be yourself. I took a ton of AP classes and worked really hard in high school. I also did one extra-curricular activity since age 5. That showed that I was committed.
It wasn't too hard to get in...but once you realize how awful of a place it is, you'll definitely want to get out