|Students who got into MRC say:|
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| | To get into Marist, I simply applied and filled out all of the essay portions. For the Class of 2015, we were not required to submit any SAT or ACT scores. On the other hand, I would recommend for the students to provide strong recommendation letters and admission essays. In addition to this, the Admissions Department searches for a diverse and well rounded student populations, so be sure to be involved in many clubs and activities during your senior year in high school. And be sure to definitely keep your grades up! To be accepted into the fashion department, I had to submit a sequence of essays and an entry project that related to the elements and functions of the industry.
Got good grades and was really involved in high school. They should do the same
| Business - Management and Administration|
| Jun 12 2012 | I've worked since I was 14 and have held 2 jobs that were both very different from each other- one was an office job that demanded me to use my brain and be able to figure things out while the other was a job working with people and demanded that I be open and friendly and know how to work as a team.
I was also very involved in a few clubs in HS- I didn't join a million clubs but got VERY involved in the ones that I was in.
Lastly, I worked really hard to be able to improve my grades each year- always show progress!!
I recommend that students should really show their true self when submitting their personal response essay. Even though they offer you choices to write about, I chose to write about my experiences throughout my life to that point, and felt that along with my exceptional grades, further increased my chances of getting into the school. I also recommend attending the Summer PreCollege Program if they offer a program in your area of interest! I attended summer going into my Senior year, and I believed attending the program put me at a slight advantage over other students, because Admissions and the Fashion Department had an idea of what my capabilities were!