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Liberty University

Sep 01 2011Religion/Religious
Acceptance isn't difficult. But financial aid is treacherous.
Female
Sep 01 2011Religion/Religious
All the regular stuff. Apply, get good grades and be at least somewhat involved. APPLY EARLY! I was accepted into LU before my Senior year even started. You don't have to do it this early to get in, but it wouldn't hurt! The problem with LU is that it is pretty easy to get in academically... You don't even have to be a Christian! I know Muslims who go to this school...and they let them in because after a year or two they become Christians. So it really isn't difficult to get into the school as far as getting accepted is concerned. The issue is, if you apply too late, we'll run out of room too quickly. We can only fit 12,000 students on campus, and our online school has doubled in 12 months. The demand to get one of those 12,000 spots is ridiculously high right now, so if you want in, apply early.

Blessings.

ACT: 25 Male
Aug 17 2011Business - Management and Administration
They let anyone in with a HS Diploma
Female
Aug 10 2011Perfomance Arts
Just apply and you're good from there lol. I'd say the applicants accepted are somewhere around 80-90%. In a few years, trust me, it'll be tougher to get into. I give it three years. Applicants accepted around that time will be somewhere around 50-60%.
SAT: 1550 Male
Jul 28 2011Business - Management and Administration
Nothing. any idiot can get in here. its a crappy school. dont go here. save your money and your brain.
SAT: 960 Male
Jul 12 2011Education
Its pretty easy to get into, but once you get here you cant just slack off, you do have to work to pass classes.
SAT: 1520 Female

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