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The Savannah College of Art and Design

Students who got into SCAD:

Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (20), Grades (22), Sports/Extracurriculars (4), College Essay (11)
it was easy just say u dont need financial aidJul 31 2011Undecided
SAT: 1490 Female
Here's what I did and also what happenedJul 22 2011Perfomance Arts
Here's what I did and also what happened;

1. Submitted a portfolio and audition video, which it turns out they did not look at until I had questions about why I was being forced to take classes for which I had already received training and credit at other institutions. Ha! All of sudden my work was not good enough, and I needed more foundations courses. Liars!

2. Had plenty of financial aid, resources and did not need any loans.

Here's my recommendation;

1. DON'T
Male

Here's what I didJul 22 2011Perfomance Arts
Here's what I did;

1. Submitted a portfolio and audition video, which it turns out they did not look at until I had questions about why I was being forced to take classes for which I had already received training and credit at other institutions. Ha! All of sudden my work was not good enough, and I needed more foundations courses. Liars!

2. Had plenty of financial aid, resources and did not need any loans.

Here's my recommendation;

1. DON'T
Male

Here's what I didJul 22 2011Perfomance Arts
Here's what I did;

1. Submitted a portfolio and audition video, which it turns out they did not look at until I had questions about why I was being forced to take classes for which I had already received training and credit at other institutions.

2. Had plenty of financial aid, resources and did not need any loans.

Here's my recommendation;

1. DON'T
Male

I took advantage of transferring credits from a localJul 01 2011Other
I took advantage of transferring credits from a local community college. That save a bunch of money ;) I then took advantage of student loans. (which I will have paid off this month :)
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