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Roger Williams University

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Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (6), Grades (14), Sports/Extracurriculars (5), College Essay (9)
I had a 98 average in high school and a 1360 SATJun 01 2006Finance
I had a 98 average in high school and a 1360 SAT.

Any noble idiot can get into RWU as long as your daddy has a decent checkbook and you can write your name on your SAT.

I frankly looked at what school was cheapest andMay 13 2006Education
I frankly looked at what school was cheapest and then decided on the athletic department. The trainers to the coaches to the Heads of the department are great people. If you come here to visit meet some of the professors and try to do an over night to get a good feel for the dorms, campus, and try to go to a class in your field.
Did all the required things obviously and I cameApr 21 2006Communications
Did all the required things obviously and I came for a tour and contacted my coach. I'd recommened talking to the faculty and writing a good essay. People will remember you here. You aren't a number here.
SAT: 1030 Female
Good grades, SAT, service in the communityMar 05 2006Education
SAT: 1150 Female
Give Roy a full briefcase of cashFeb 04 2006Criminal
SAT: 877 Female

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