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The University of Alabama

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Students who got into UAT:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (18), Grades (23), Sports/Extracurriculars (3), College Essay (2)
Getting in is very easy, that is probably whyDec 02 2014Other
Getting in is very easy, that is probably why so many arrogant and rude people work and go here.
I wasn't the best student in high school, soDec 12 2013Business - Management and Administration
I wasn't the best student in high school, so I sent in letters of rec and an essay (neither were required).
Entrance was simple and straightforwardMay 01 2013Nutrition
Completed 45 units at my CCDec 14 2012Other
Completed 45 units at my CC... GPA was 3.2... applied, paid the fee, and was accepted. Overall the process was pretty smooth and didn't seem too difficult. Looking forward to starting. Roll Tide baby!!!
I am from Florida, but I applied to Duke,Jul 12 2012Finance
I am from Florida, but I applied to Duke, Vanderbilt and Alabama. I was accepted into Duke and Alabama, but chose Alabama because the campus was so beautiful and the people were very freindly in Tuscaloosa. There is so much to do on campus in terms of libraries, simple recreational opportunities like biking and walking and lots of sports. Roll Tide!
ACT: 27 Female
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