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Bard College Simon's Rock

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Tips mention: Interview (22), ACT/SAT (9), Grades (17), Sports/Extracurriculars (1), College Essay (17)
Make sure that you are yourself during the interviewJul 24 2017Engineering Department
Make sure that you are yourself during the interview. Be professional, but don't be too professional. The counselors want to know YOU. Make sure you make your essay about something you're passionate about. SR loves passionate and diverse thinkers.
Basically, if you want to go here you will get inSep 09 2016Undecided
Basically, if you want to go here you will get in. Really, don't sweat it. The SR student body is unique in its origins, as everyone who goes here made a conscious decision to pursue a non-traditional education path, instead of just continuing on to college after high school because it is "the thing to do". Although the application process is ridiculously easy and the acceptance rate is quite high, a good number of people drop out within the first couple of weeks once they see what they have gotten themselves in to. My advice is to do your research and stick it out through at least a semester: the beginning is always a bit rough but you will eventually find the little niche where you belong at the school.
I am fairly certain that the most important andOct 05 2015Psychology
I am fairly certain that the most important and emphasized elements of the application process are the personal interview, the essays (writing portion), and the recommendation letters. Yes, grades and involvement are important, but first and foremost, the college values passion for and interest in learning and the desire to make a difference in the world, along with effective communication and critical thinking. They also want to see that you are a good person (the quality of your all around character).
It's not too hard to get in but inSep 17 2015Psychology
It's not too hard to get in but in your papers I would recommend just showing your imagination and critical thinking abilities. In the interview just show your love of learning and be genuine and you should be good!
You should be passionate about something, even if you'reSep 17 2015Math
You should be passionate about something, even if you're not sure what it is.
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