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Montana Tech of the University of Montana

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Your Chances at MTECH/MTTUM
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Its not too difficult to get intoOct 27 2014Mechanical Engineering
Its not too difficult to get into. If you get good grades in math and science courses in high school, you should be off to a good start. The office staff are very helpful too, be sure to ask them if you have any questions!
ACT: 27 Male
Visit the campus, talk to the professors and otherJan 08 2012Unknown
Visit the campus, talk to the professors and other students in your program, not just the ones offered at the official orientation. Take some time to get to know the town, it is not like most other college towns that I have know. Butte does have some unique challenges and culture.

Both Butte and MT Tech require maturity and dedication to succeed. Being a small school you will become known in your program rather quickly, whether you have a good reputation or a bad among your peers and professors is totally in your hands.

If you are looking for a place where you can be an anonymous screw-up. MT Tech is not the school for you. No one will want to be associated with you. Makes finding a required lab or study partner rather hard. Most MT Tech students come here knowing what they want for their future. There are very few undecided or liberal arts students, in my opinion most of them would be better off at U of M or MSU. Most of the MT Tech students that I have met are very goal oriented and dedicated to that goal.

Had a brain_although I'm not sure that's a requirementOct 16 2006Engineering Department
Had a brain_although I'm not sure that's a requirement here.
To get into this school, there are almost noAug 03 2006Computer Science
To get into this school, there are almost no requirements
SAT: 1250 Male
I would get on-line and go to wwwOct 25 2004Business - Management and Administration
I would get on-line and go to to check out what Montana Tech has to offer. You then can apply on line.

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