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Marlboro College

Marlboro says:
Marlboro College seeks students with intellectual promise, a high degree of self-motivation, self-discipline, personal stability, social concern and a desire to contribute to the college community.
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Tips mention: Interview (3), ACT/SAT (3), Grades (4), Sports/Extracurriculars (0), College Essay (4)
Marlboro really places emphasis on writing ability and gettingJan 27 2017Other
Marlboro really places emphasis on writing ability and getting to know the student, which is great for applications. SAT scores are optional to submit, which is also good, they really look at the person. It is recommended that you get a high GPA in high school so that you can get good scholarships.
Getting in is easy, staying is hardMay 09 2016Biology
Getting in is easy, staying is hard. You have to be passionate and hard-working to really excel here. If you have a love for what you study, then you will be fine.
As stated, I came here because I saw inSep 26 2015Linguistics
As stated, I came here because I saw in Marlboro a promise for the education and environment that I was seeking. Also, having taken time off, I wasn't "traditionally" competitive. Luckily, as an old and discarded marketing clich? goes, we're "radically traditional" here. I fit in like a hairy hand in a well-worn wool glove.

You'll probably have to write an essay. You'll also want to visit.

Good luck.

Marlboro has a very high acceptance rateJul 24 2013Unknown
Marlboro has a very high acceptance rate. All you need to do is show you would that you would "fit in" (quoted since nonconformity is the norm) here, and you're in.
Marlboro is not all about grades - so ifMay 16 2012History/Histories (art history/etc.)
Marlboro is not all about grades - so if you've got a bit of a "checkered past," don't worry. While grades are looked at and evaluated, what really sets people apart is their potential to be a beneficial member to the Marlboro community. If you love learning but have never found yourself in an environment which fostered your creativity, Marlboro might be the place for you. If you are passionate about what you love, your chances of getting admitted are even higher!
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