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Be honest on the essays, rather than writing about

May 07 2014Computer Science
Be honest on the essays, rather than writing about what you think the university wants to hear. Visit campus, ask questions, and show interest. The acceptance rate for early decision is much higher than regular so if Lehigh is your first choice then definitely apply early. Getting in regular decision is definitely do-able (I was accepted regular decision and Lehigh was a slight reach for me), especially if you take challenging courses junior and senior year in high school and show improvement in grades. Good luck :)
ACT: 30 Female

Draw your family tree and show them you are

Apr 12 2014Economics
Draw your family tree and show them you are 100% white. You should be fine.

Bullshit. Lehigh rewards Bullshitters

Nov 13 2013Other
ACT: 32 Female

i would recommend freshmen to do as much as

Sep 11 2013Electrical Engineering
i would recommend freshmen to do as much as possible in high school. explore your interests and find things that you like. you should do a lot of activities and work hard in school. try to get that 4.0 in high school

i did a lot of extracurriculars (not for my

Jul 17 2013Computer Engineering
i did a lot of extracurriculars (not for my high schools) but outside of school. i had jobs and community service jobs that i held outside of school. i also maintained a strong gpa in high school too. i honestly think that i got in because i put 100% into school and 100% in my work. i think that is what the admission board wants to see. i also think that they may want to see creativity and your inner strength level too.

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