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Indiana University Bloomington

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Your Chances at IUB
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Students who got into IUB:

Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (22), Grades (25), Sports/Extracurriculars (6), College Essay (7)
Super easy to get inDec 07 2014Undecided
Super easy to get in. Don't need good grades, just good test scores, because you are just a number here. No one gives half a crap about who you are. Expect zero financial aid unless you are a minority.
ACT: 28 SAT: 1650 Female
There are people here with sub-1000 SAT scores (includingNov 08 2014Finance
There are people here with sub-1000 SAT scores (including the writing section). Don't bother applying if you want a decent education.
SAT: 1400 Male
You can be brain dead and get inSep 23 2014Accounting
You can be brain dead and get in. It ain't that hard, people.
ACT: 29 Female
I had pretty solid ACT and SAT scores (30,Jul 25 2014Political Science
I had pretty solid ACT and SAT scores (30, 1400), but an average GPA in high school (3.5 weighted). I had some decent extracurricular involvement in my high school speech team and newspaper. I applied to Northwestern and UNC-Chapel Hill and was rejected.
ACT: 30 SAT: 1400 Male
Getting into IU is not hardMay 06 2014Economics
Getting into IU is not hard. Get a 3.3 in high school and a 1600 SAT and you're golden. I went here because of the automatic scholarships - unfortunately discontinued - and the cheap in-state tuition.
SAT: 2200 Male
Indiana University Bloomington
Indiana University Bloomington
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