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Post University

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Your Combined ACT:
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SAT Math + Verbal:
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Your Chances at Post
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Your Chances at Post
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Men
Women
# Applicants
1,297
1,632
# Admitted
987
1,463
% Admitted
76.1%
89.6%
% Overall
83.6%

Students who got into Post:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (1), Grades (0), Sports/Extracurriculars (1), College Essay (0)
No I would notDec 02 2014Social Work
No I would not.I sort of figured I was going to have problems with this FOR PROFIT JOKE SCHOOL !!!
Also you don't have to do anything to get in but tell them you want to go...please believe me, this place is not real. They absolutely take your money ...O and this school doesn't give students email addresses. You have to use your personal address. Please listen...this place is NOT REAL...I am so disappointed. I am transferring to FIT in January, I can't wait to go ! My personal address is
Female
Dont even think they actually looked at my transcriptsJan 03 2014Other
Dont even think they actually looked at my transcripts. They will take just about anyone.
ACT: 17 SAT: 1300 Male
I had spent a year at Post University, andMay 29 2012Unknown
I had spent a year at Post University, and as god as my witness, it was by far the worst year in my entire life. Every single factor and variable that constitutes a good university experience was absolutely destroyed and disregarded by this school's administration and faculty. There is a very small fraction of people who are helpful, and caring, like Ms. Melissa Santos at the Learning Center, but other than her and one more in my experience, the life and study was complete hell. The quality of education, the quality of food and life in the dorms is utterly horrible; not to mention the community life and the activities offered by the school's residence management...

If you are considering enrolling to the school, please do yourself and me a favor, just dont apply. Take another year, get your sat score higher and apply somewhere else, like Quinnipiac University, or better yet UCONN.
SAT: 2200 Female

I did nothing to get thereMay 29 2012Business - Management and Administration
I did nothing to get there. I was recruited and given a full time scholarship, and being an international student from a poor family, I gladly agreed. I just turned 14 then and knew nothing better, but I am very happy to have transferred from there to University of Connecticut - a brilliant school.
SAT: 2200 Female
Anyone can get in if they get financial aidFeb 24 2012Unknown
Anyone can get in if they get financial aid. I recommend that students look into local state schools.
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