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The University of South Carolina - Columbia

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Students who got into SC-Columbia:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (12), Grades (11), Sports/Extracurriculars (2), College Essay (3)
I applied and did everything that the app requiredMay 10 2018Business - Management and Administration
I applied and did everything that the app required. It wasn't hard to get into USC, they have like a 60+ % acceptance rate. Specific programs or Honors College will be different, but to get into the university itself, it's easy.
SAT: 1190 Male
Get involved in high school, work hard, test well,Mar 06 2018Kinesiology
Get involved in high school, work hard, test well, and write a good personal essay!
ACT: 29 SAT: 1300 Female
It wasn't very difficult to get inOct 07 2014Finance
It wasn't very difficult to get in. Definitely apply early and if you are even considering international business, mark that on your application because it will be a life saver, especially if you think you will be in Capstone ore honors. I would say have a GPA over 3.0 and ACT scores over 24 and you should be in. I had a 3.6 and 28 ACT and was given a 20,000 dollar scholarship
ACT: 29 Male
SAT/ACT scores matter the most - so if you'reJul 22 2014Accounting
SAT/ACT scores matter the most - so if you're on the border with those, write the optional essay and apply early action. Extracurricular activities and awards don't really matter when it comes to admissions.
ACT: 28 Female
As long as you're not in a vegetative state,Jan 20 2014Political Science
As long as you're not in a vegetative state, you'll be okay. I knew people in high school with GPAs around 1.5 and 1.8 who got in.
ACT: 31 SAT: 1200 Male
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