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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (1), Grades (2), Sports/Extracurriculars (2), College Essay (2)
Did well in high school, a lot of leadershipDec 20 2014Nursing
Did well in high school, a lot of leadership is helpful.
SAT: 1850 Female
Simmons is pretty selective, I'm pretty sure you haveNov 04 2013Nursing
Simmons is pretty selective, I'm pretty sure you have to have about a 3.5 gpa in order to get in and they really want to see extracurricular activities and community service. But as I've stated, this school is not worth the amount of money it costs or the amount of work it takes.
SAT: 1200 Female
Write a killer essayJan 23 2013Business - Management and Administration
Write a killer essay. Something that relates to their core values.
SAT: 1824 Female
I noticed a pattern that most girls did aMay 29 2011PreLaw and Legal
I noticed a pattern that most girls did a lot of volunteer work during high school and have a very strong sense of purpose.
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I got into this program fairly easily - noOct 27 2010Nursing
I got into this program fairly easily - no interview, etc (but my SATs were 2100 and I was 40th out of 410 in my class, with a 3.5 GPA). The Nursing program is definately harder to get into than anything else, for which hospital volunteer work, etc, would do you a lot of good - anything that shows you are passionate about it. Strong grades in the sciences are very important as well.
SAT: 2100 Female
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