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Montclair State University

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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (20), Grades (33), Sports/Extracurriculars (9), College Essay (5)
I was in the EOF program here (they aren'tApr 02 2015Social Work
I was in the EOF program here (they aren't involved at all) my counselor told me that it wasn't her job to help me with my schedule.

Went to random events still feel like I'm an outsider.

Good test scores, extra curricular activities, volunteer workDec 09 2014Education
ACT: 24 SAT: 1630 Female
Not a great schoolNov 22 2014Anthropology
Not a great school. Don't even try.
I was a B student in high schoolJul 20 2014Biology
I was a B student in high school. Montclair highlights this on their website. That's really classy. I took above average classes and I should have never come here.

If you get and you want to go then you have to go the chemistry department. You pretty much have no choice. There are perhaps 2 serious research labs in the department (you have to do research no matter what you want to do with a biology degree): one in neuroscience and the other is in zebrafish as a model for cancer. If you don't get into these labs, you pretty much don't have a shot in the real world. DONT BELIEV ME?! JUST WATCH!!!!!!!!!

It was relatively easy to get in depending onApr 08 2014Accounting
It was relatively easy to get in depending on which program you are going for.
Montclair State University
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