|Students who got into MRC say:|
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| | I felt that when I applied to Marist, I was a well-rounded applicant. I did well in school, participated a lot of extracurricular activities, held various leadership positions, and involved myself in sports and community service. I formed relationships with my teachers in high school and they were able to provide great recommendation letters. I spent quite a bit of time on my personal essay and studied for my SAT/ACT. It is really important to study hard all throughout high school because your grades are a huge factor and admission is competitive. I was very involved in high school and did a lot of different activities. I recommend other students to not only have good grades but to make sure that you have done things to make you stand out in your application.
I took the SATs, and I earned very good grades in high school. I also did plenty of extracurriculars.
I was involved in many extracurriculars in high school, including sports and honors organizations. I also held many leadership positions and held high grades. I strongly suggest staying active in many extracurriculars in high school, seeing as more and more students are applying to Marist each year, and having a great, bust background will help you stand out more.
| Communications|| Jan 12 2010 |