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Vassar College

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Students who got into Vassar:

Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (14), Grades (9), Sports/Extracurriculars (12), College Essay (8)
I worked really hard in high school and gotSep 17 2020Economics
I worked really hard in high school and got a full tuition scholarship (fin aid) to attend Vassar. I was dedicated to social justice and my teachers really vouched for me in terms of what type of student and thinker I am.
ACT: 36 SAT: 1570 Male
In order to gain admission to Vassar, I exceededSep 12 2017Biology
In order to gain admission to Vassar, I exceeded in high school academics and on standardized tests in addition to building a well-rounded resume which included athletic, work, and volunteering experiences.
ACT: 32 Female
I actually went here because it the only placeDec 13 2013Undecided
I actually went here because it the only place I got into outside of the lousy local college I picked as a last-resort backup. That's definitely not typical. Apparently it's difficult to get in, I dunno, I guess they liked me for some reason?
Try really hard in high schoolJul 09 2010Philosophy
Try really hard in high school...put in the time. And when applying, definitely go for the interview.
ACT: 31 Female
I did well in my high school classes, tookJun 21 2010Biology
I did well in my high school classes, took the toughest AP classes even though I didn't have the number 1 grade in the class. I averaged about an A-. SAT only took twice had verbal 700 Mat710 Writing 600. I was a pretty good athlete, DIII I play a lot, at a D1 school I probably would have been on the bench the first two years.
SAT: 1410 Female
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