|Students who got into UI say:|
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I got good grades in high school and kept up my GPA, I also did stuff outside of school - which was a huge plus! Get good grades, do the ACT or SAT, and you're in!
| Feb 06 2011 |
Application process is a breeze. Scholarships are very easy to get. They almost let anyone in, but they don't lower their academic expectations for freshman. Because of this you will see the herd thin out significantly after freshmen year.
| Natural Resources|
| Feb 01 2011 | That's the best part of the UI, it's one stop shopping. You apply for admission which also is the application for scholarships! The best advice I'd give would be to take a campus tour and take advantage of meeting with academic faculty before you decide to attend our school!
I transferred from North Idaho College after completing my A.S. degree. I took all math coursed required for my degree as well as satisfying the state core requirements. The student to teacher ratio for higher level math in community colleges is significantly lower than that of the larger universities, and this seemed to improve the quality of instruction. I recommend this path wholeheartedly to others who wish to attend.
| Mechanical Engineering|| Mar 12 2010 |