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Liberty University

Students who got into LU:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (17), Grades (20), Sports/Extracurriculars (3), College Essay (8)
There is not usually much difficulty getting in toMar 11 2010Other
There is not usually much difficulty getting in to Liberty, but I hear things are changing as more and more students attend.
Male
Honestly, it's not that hard to get inFeb 27 2010Nursing
Honestly, it's not that hard to get in. They are now starting to get more selective but it's still no where near cut throat. So don't fret about it too much!
SAT: 1900 Female
If you can read the book if you giveJan 12 2010Unknown
If you can read the book if you give a mouse a muffin and you are prepared to try to be brainwashed by a bunch of snake handling toothless hypocrits then simply apply. Have a fun time with your mind locked in a box. Oh, and yourself in your room after midnight, nothin says college party like bible boggle... If you enjoyed it here blow your ignorance filled head off.
ACT: 32 Female
Applying to Liberty University and getting in is fairlyDec 30 2009Computer Engineering
Applying to Liberty University and getting in is fairly easy. Just make sure to call the Admissions office if something doesn't make sense.
ACT: 32 Female
I literally filled out an applicationDec 27 2009Biology
I literally filled out an application. My ACT and SAT scores were good so I had no problem getting in. Tution, room & board, books, etc. are all high but that's true at most colleges.
ACT: 32 SAT: 765 Male

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