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Kettering University

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at GEMI
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Students who got into GEMI:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (15), Grades (17), Sports/Extracurriculars (6), College Essay (4)
Take Physics and Calculus prior to your freshman yearNov 25 2013Mechanical Engineering
Take Physics and Calculus prior to your freshman year. These are tough courses to get through as a freshman 1 term if you have not had either.
ACT: 28 Male
Did well on math and science ACT scores andNov 15 2012Computer Engineering
Did well on math and science ACT scores and Applied with a good GPA.
I successfully got into Kettering with a 3Jun 18 2012Mechanical Engineering
I successfully got into Kettering with a 3.14 GPA and a 26 on my ACT (28 in math, 30 in science since those are the scores they weigth heaviest). Boy scouts and Robotics help a tremendous amount too.
ACT: 26 Male
You have to have an IQ just above downApr 22 2012Mechanical Engineering
You have to have an IQ just above down syndrome to get in. The application is free, but don't forget to read the fine print.
ACT: 29 Male
Like any other college, I just filled out anDec 14 2011Computer Science
Like any other college, I just filled out an application and mailed it in with my transcript. Be sure to apply for scholarships (especially the co-op one) as well.
ACT: 30 Male
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