|Students who got into LVC say:|
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I applied to the early enrollment PT application process.
| Physical Therapy/Exercise Science|
| Oct 10 2011 | SAT scores are no longer required, and letters of recommendation/interviews are just "suggested". I sent them two letters of recommendation, clips of my work, and had an interview. They have amazing scholarships here, so if you keep your grades up, you'll get one. We're talking like 25-50% off, just for getting a certain g.p.a. (They also have a lot of endowed scholarships, so see if you can get any of those, too.)
Maintain contact with the admissions staff throughout your application process. My interviewer still remembers my name and smiles and greets me when she sees me. The student affairs staff is really nice--they'll be glad to help you before and after you are accepted.
Come visit the campus for yourself. You'll see how friendly it really is. LVC offers individual tours for students. You can even sit in on a real class to see what it is really like.
| Communications|| Feb 20 2006 |
The best thing you can do while in high school is be well rounded. Grades aren't everything. I was involved in many different clubs and organizations (everything from sports to Key Club and Class Council). Excentuate your best qualities. Other advice I can give about being accepted to LVC is to be yourself. When you come to interview, your councelor wants to get to know the real you. Show how unique you are - sell yourself, but be honest. Don't be nervous; there are no right and wrong answers if you are stating your personal feelings and thoughts. Good luck!!
| Business - Management and Administration|| Feb 20 2006 |