|Students who got into MRC say:|
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All i did was get decent grades, good SATs and have rich grandparents...the last one being most important.
| Mar 03 2011 | I had very good grades and SAT scores but that's not needed. You do need good scores and grades and it would be helpful to get a scholarship to help with the high costs. I did not have much trouble getting into Marist. There's no secret for gaining admission; you just have to have good grades, good test scores, and participate in meaningful activities. If you are lacking in one of these areas, perhaps schedule an interview to convince the admissions department that you are hard-working, interesting, and deserving of admittance. I did well on SATs and had decent grades, but for Marist, it's all about the resume. What they really want are students who have gotten involved and are going to get involved and take leadership roles on campus: someone who is going to start their own club or really make something happen.