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New College of the University of South Florida

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Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (2), Grades (4), Sports/Extracurriculars (3), College Essay (7)
I recommend that they re-consider, but I wrote anMar 05 2017Unknown
I recommend that they re-consider, but I wrote an interesting essay, did well on exams...etc.
SAT: 1520 Male
They use that online application, as well as aApr 14 2011Other
They use that online application, as well as a personal essay. New College admissions is essentially looking for driven students with a lot of potential. It's nice if you have a six point million GPA or something, but they're not looking for the kids who try to get as many points as possible. They're looking for the kids who want to learn and understand. (Quality, not Quantity.) Come and visit, stay overnight if you can, and good luck with your application.
SAT: 1350 Female
Easier to transfer in mid-yearJul 11 2010Linguistics
Easier to transfer in mid-year. Also, absolutely vital that you have excellent writing skills, I never saw a multiple choice exam the whole time I attended.
Female
Take the time to write a strong essay forJan 17 2010Psychology
Take the time to write a strong essay for this school. Writing skills is a top priority, and you'll write hundreds of pages in essays and research reports before you graduate from New College.
SAT: 1310 Female
You should score well on your SATs, write anJan 15 2008Philosophy
You should score well on your SATs, write an interesting (charming, humorous and insightful will probably work the best) essay and be sure to visit the college (really more for your own benefit). YOu don't worry about having participated in any sports in high school but it's good to have taken some courses in the liberal arts or to have done an extracurricular like debate or Model UN or a good amount of community service.
SAT: 1810 Female
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