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Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at TC
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at TC
(on SAT score alone)
# Applicants
# Admitted
% Admitted
% Overall
Jun 02 2012Biology
You need to study hard and be an interesting individual.
SAT: 2300 Male
Mar 29 2012Economics
Get a decent gpa, decent SAT's, talk about stereotypically white/rich kid things in your interview (they really like rich students more than anything).

If you can afford the tuition without financial aid, you have a 70+ percent chance of getting in.

SAT: 2250 Female
Feb 07 2011Economics
Thankfully, this school's bad reputation has trickled down to the applicant pool. The acceptance rate is like 40% (Greater than that of UCONN), and it is a chinch to get accepted.
SAT: 2250 Male
Aug 08 2010Economics
You have to have strong academics. I did well on my interview and had strong extracurriculars.
SAT: 1450 Female
Jul 19 2010Chemistry
I had a strong academic record, good standardized test scores, and leadership activities. I also had a very strong interview which, as was noted in my admissions letter, was the number one reason for my acceptance. Knowing something about the school and how you would use it to your advantage if accepted will help.
ACT: 29 SAT: 1900 Male
Jul 05 2010Language - French/Spanish/etc.
Have high test scores and decent grades. They're scrambling over at admissions to get reasonably intelligent kids to go there. Especially because more and more dumbasses from Canterbury and St. Mark's are getting shoved in by their parents who are too embarrassed at the prospect of sending their child to a *gasp* state school.
ACT: 32 Male

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