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Kean University

SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at KCNJ
(on SAT score alone)
# Applicants
# Admitted
% Admitted
% Overall
Nov 12 2014Computer Science
You'll get in, you'll just need to give them your first born to get anything done because they make the simplest things impossible.
Jul 26 2014Business - Management and Administration
Noting special. Need a C average and at least 500 M/ 500 V on SAT
Apr 03 2014Education
If you are a transfer student, you don't really need to send your high school transcript, just send your college transcript. Call to make sure though.
Mar 31 2014Other
I just applied. I was denied by the EEO program, but got in through general admissions. The application process is average, nothing special. Just call admissions a lot, and make sure they have all of your infoformation because they will misplace everything.
SAT: 1530 Female
Feb 23 2014Education
I am a transfer student. I sent in my transcript from my old school, I called them to make sure they recieved everything. I didn't need to send my high school transcript because I'm a sophmore. I received the letter I was accepted, and that's pretty much. I had a 3.4 gpa
Nov 02 2013Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etc
Just take it seriously and pull your own weight. Kean does a lot of BS and advertises itself a little too hard, as this place of world-class education but, it's a lot more disorganized and sporadic than you'd think (maybe, the real-world is just like that, hmm) but, I digress. It's not bad, in the sense that the professors are completely useless and everything sucks. If anything, the faculty is just understaffed and really busy (or lazy, who knows?) The school needs to step up competition and stop accepting most anyone. The required GPA should be boosted up but, the faculty should do their part in making sure the kids actually try and get the material (which would probably happen if they didn't stretch the budget to build a campus in China and Ocean County, *geniuses*)
SAT: 1860 Male

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