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Tufts University

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Tips mention: Interview (6), ACT/SAT (8), Grades (17), Sports/Extracurriculars (11), College Essay (12)
Studied hard, received good grades, had good outside activitiesMar 26 2014Economics
Studied hard, received good grades, had good outside activities and was an all-state athlete
ACT: 34 Female
The essays! Put a lot of work in yourNov 08 2011Other
The essays! Put a lot of work in your writing because Tufts admission staff read all those essays you write very thoroughly. When I visited for April Open House, the lady handing me my welcome packet recognized my name because she had read my essays!
ACT: 35 Male
optional essaySep 27 2011Other
optional essay. do it - it makes you stand out!
ACT: 28 Female
Got rejected at all the Ivy League schools IFeb 07 2011Biology
Got rejected at all the Ivy League schools I applied to.
SAT: 1170 Female
I chose it as a safety and since IAug 03 2010Political Science
I chose it as a safety and since I got a nice scholarship offer declined the Ivy leagues. I feel I achieved much more than my friends from Harvard or MIT and had more "in field" opportunities than them.
SAT: 1580 Female
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