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Roger Williams University

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at RWU
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at RWU
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
3,969
4,880
# Admitted
3,089
3,787
% Admitted
77.8%
77.6%
% Overall
77.7%
Jan 16 2012Business - Management and Administration
Be active in extracurricular activities, they like undergrads to be involved on campus.
Female
Apr 11 2011Biology
I had a 3.5 and 1950 SAT why the heck did I come here?
went for architecture didn't work out i am transferring
If you have high GPA go somewhere else!
but yeah good essay, gpa and sat at the less than average mark.. your in.
Theres no academic passion here, its about smoking weed and going to the gym
SAT: 650 Male
Nov 01 2010Biology
I am a good student, honor roll, and I easily got in a received a scholarship based on my good grades. If you do well in school apply for the Honors Program because you will be challenged more -- but actually try to do well on the application essay for honors.
SAT: 2030 Female
Dec 26 2009Other
Be honest and write a creative essay. Keep your grades in the A's and B's with lots of activities and sports and such thrown in. Community service is a big deal here, so having that doesn't hurt much either.
ACT: 29 SAT: 1800 Female
Dec 10 2008Criminal
Be well rounded....in the community, etc....volunteer, be active with your church or youth group...nothing out of the ordinary ( I hope).
SAT: 1050 Male
May 05 2007Communications
It was so long ago I just remember sending in the application and not really thinking about it. To get into RWU you need to have good a SAT score and should have good grades. You could also show RWU what you could bring to them and how you can "Learn to Bridge the World".

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