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Mount Ida College

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Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (0), Grades (4), Sports/Extracurriculars (2), College Essay (4)
Getting into Mount Ida was pretty simpleSep 29 2016Other
Getting into Mount Ida was pretty simple. It wasn't on the common app, so I did have to type another essay to apply to Ida. The admissions reps here are extremely helpful you can contact any of them and they will assist you in anyway that they can.
What I did to get in to this institutionSep 29 2016Unknown
What I did to get in to this institution was keep my grades up through out high school and, yes, even senior year. I made sure the college knew what I was involved in through out high school;including sports, clubs, and organizations. For me I didn't think it was that hard to get into this college. I recommend that they keep their grades up all the way through senior year and stay involved through out high school in one way, or another.
To get into Mount Ida, I had to writeSep 29 2016Other
To get into Mount Ida, I had to write an essay about why I wanted to attend and what would make me fit for this school. I also had to give recommendations, references, SAT's, and my transcript. I would recommend for other students to definitely stay on top of things, get paperwork in as soon as possible, and definitely stay in contact with the school.
N=basically nothing, im a really bright kid and itJun 13 2016PreDent and Dentistry
n=basically nothing, im a really bright kid and it was all too easy regardless
All you have to do to get in hereNov 23 2015Chemistry
All you have to do to get in here is smile and hand them money. You will get an education for your 43,000 a year, but remember, money cant buy happiness and thats not what you will be doing if you go here.
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