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Liberty University

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Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (17), Grades (20), Sports/Extracurriculars (3), College Essay (8)
As long as you subscribe to the "correct" moralsAug 03 2007Religion/Religious
As long as you subscribe to the "correct" morals and dogma, as laid forth in the "Liberty Way" code of ethics, you shouldn't have a hard time getting into Liberty.
You practically don't have to do anything except showJul 27 2007Communications
You practically don't have to do anything except show them your credit card and you're in. They want lots of students, not necessarily smart ones.
Admissions procedures are pretty standard at Liberty, but youJul 05 2007Religion/Religious
Admissions procedures are pretty standard at Liberty, but you are required to agree with and abide by the fundamentalist doctrinal position of the school, as well as its "Liberty Way" code of ethics and the Liberty dress code.
I did nothing to get inFeb 05 2007Business - Management and Administration
I did nothing to get in. They accepted me almost the second I applied. They take everyone with a 2.0 or higher HS GPA, and as a result the campus is way overcrowded. Don't use your car between 8am and 5pm, or you won't be able to find a spot again due to all the commuters.
SAT: 1930 Male
um...honestly, i did really good on my tests, butNov 30 2006English
um...honestly, i did really good on my tests, but it doesn't matter at liberty. It's a first come, first served system...
ACT: 33 SAT: 1370 Male

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