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Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (6), Grades (14), Sports/Extracurriculars (5), College Essay (9)
The admissions process here is getting more competitive, butSep 12 2007English
The admissions process here is getting more competitive, but it's certainly not cut-throat. Just let your application/interview reflect who you are. Admissions should be about finding out if a school is the right place for you, not just trying to impress the administration.
To get into RWU, you need to have goodJun 13 2007Engineering Department
To get into RWU, you need to have good academics, if you have over a 3.3 coming in, you get some honors money and that's just one more way to get involved. They post trips to NYC and other events... its a good time. You don't have to be brilliant, and likewise, if your GPA is not so hot but you were involved in everything in highschool, extracurriculars go a long way in your acceptance.
SAT: 1350 Male
It was so long ago I just remember sendingMay 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".
It was pretty easy to gte in when IJan 17 2007Psychology
It was pretty easy to gte in when I applied but it is definately getting difficult.
SAT: 1400 Male
Apply and you'll get inAug 08 2006Computer Science
Apply and you'll get in. Apply youself once you're there and you'll succeed.
SAT: 1050 Female

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