|Students who got into QC say:|
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it's cake to get into QU. it's not necessary for any interview, i went to learn more about the campus. they told me i'd get in at the interview. I had decent grades in high school, but i slacked off so my final gpa wasn't anything spectacular. I was in the top 20 percent of my grade (our grades aren't weighted though, so i think it would have been higher if it was). i had dedicated myself to a few organizations, and was moderately involved in several others. you don't really need to be a stellar student to get in. believe me, you'll feel smart once you hear some of the conversations on campus.
| Dec 29 2004 | I visited the campus as much as I could and did an interview which was a big help getting in. Also, I applied as early as possible.
I went to an Open House the fall of my senior yr in HS. I took a tour and attended a couple sessions on financial aid, communications and the general session they have for all interested students and parents during the Open Houses. Following the OH I applied to the school and sent in all that was required through the help of my HS (transcripts, SAT scores, recommendations) I waited about 6 weeks and then received the letter of acceptance.
| Communications|| Dec 08 2003 |
I didnt have an interview or take a personal tour, but I do reccommend doing so if you are thinking of applying and have a lot of questions. It will help to ease you through the process of applying.
I applied in late November and I was accepted in early January. I did not go on an interview, but I attended a Saturday Information Session. If I was applying again, I would do the exact same thing I did before. It is not necessary to have an interview; they are informational only. You get the same information out of an interview as you would in an information session. Make sure you get your application in early! It will ease your mind and your parents' minds if you hear back before Christmas.