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Pensacola Christian College

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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (59), Grades (45), Sports/Extracurriculars (8), College Essay (7)
they let in dogs and catsJan 29 2015Accounting
they let in dogs and cats ... there is no circumstance that you can't get it, unless you had a tattoo
There is not much to do to get inJan 26 2015Religion/Religious
There is not much to do to get in. Have money, thats pretty much it. There are things to make sure how to STAY in the school. They can charge you (non-refundable) for a lot of things before you take your first class, and there are a lot of things they can expel you for before your first class, and they still get your money. The thing to remember to stay enrolled is that at some point you have to lie. Either you have to lie on your tests (because they don't ask the right answer based on what you believe, but what they believe, so you have to lie at some point), or you have to lie to stay in. Before every semester they have a questionnaire of what you did over break. They are trying to find a reason to expel you. So again, answer what you think they want to hear, not what you actually did. For example, I had a friend who was expelled because they went to a strip club over break. The school admin didn't care that it was to minister to the strippers (daycare for their kids, buying groceries, paying rent, holding a Bible study, etc.) and present the gospel to them. By the way, this was a female student. Just one of many example that I could give. Point is, answer the questionnaire based on what they want to hear.
SAT: 2010 Male
They accept just about anyoneJan 09 2015Education
They accept just about's STAYING in that's hard
super easy to get into if you are anDec 22 2014PreLaw and Legal
super easy to get into if you are an evangelical Christian. All you need is the application fee and a pastor's recommendation.
SAT: 1820 Male
NothingAug 15 2014Communications

The barriers to entry are basically non existent. As long as you have a pulse, they'll take you. I was required to take an SAT because I hadn't prior to arriving on campus, (I was homeschooled) however I was told the score didn't even matter.

Pensacola Christian College
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