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Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (17), Grades (14), Sports/Extracurriculars (3), College Essay (5)
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If you are thinking about apply for nursing programApr 08 2015Nursing
If you are thinking about apply for nursing program here, please consider! The faculty and the nursing board will not give you any clear instructions, after all the preparation for the interview and application, they just send you a rejected letter without giving any advice for your next application. Even if when you get in, there is no help from any faculty or staff.
Tech is growing fast! The problem that I haveFeb 03 2015Communications
Tech is growing fast! The problem that I have seen, and the problem Tech is currently working on, is that students get in and think that getting in was too easy then that leads to an unrealistic expectation that all the courses will be easy. It isn't as much of a problem, not like it has been, but Tech is one of those schools that will sure let you in, take your money, an flunk you out without flinching.
Submitted all previous college scores, test scores, references andOct 05 2014Nursing
Submitted all previous college scores, test scores, references and criminal background check.
I had a pretty good SAT score, and IOct 09 2013Communications
I had a pretty good SAT score, and I placed nearly top 10 percent at my high-school. I was very involved in sports and other extra curricular activities. I also had a couple of letters of recommendation, and I did some community service.

Getting into Tech shouldn't be hard for anyone who cares about school, but the programs for most majors can be as difficult as UT or A&M so be prepared to learn if you come here!
SAT: 1630 Male

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