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William Jewell College

WJC says:
Our average ACT last year was a 24.6 and our average GPA was above a 3.5 GPA. We look at all the qualities they students has to present including their class rank, GPA, ACT, listing of courses and recommendation.
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SAT Math + Verbal:
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Your Chances at WJC
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Your Chances at WJC
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# Applicants
# Admitted
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Students who got into WJC:

Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (9), Grades (8), Sports/Extracurriculars (5), College Essay (2)
Decent ACT scores are standard, anywhere in the 20sOct 09 2015Other
Decent ACT scores are standard, anywhere in the 20s is probably fine. I did some volunteer work in high school and held a few leadership positions. If you can sing, you can get some really good scholarships for music. Just be in conversation with your admissions counselor as much as possible. Come for a campus visit and apply for as many scholarships as you can because it's expensive.
ACT: 29 Female
Don't go to William Jewell CollegeMar 18 2014Biology
ACT: 28 Male
I played volleyball and was scouted, so I justNov 10 2013Psychology
I played volleyball and was scouted, so I just applied after the coach showed interest and I had seen the campus. I knew it was the right place for me.
ACT: 25 Female
It wasn't too difficult to get acceptedMar 23 2013Unknown
It wasn't too difficult to get accepted. The college desperately wants to get enrollment up. Just make sure you get as much financial aid as possible and sign up early for work study.
ACT: 28 Male
Do not be fooled by the Admissions counselors andAug 31 2010Other
Do not be fooled by the Admissions counselors and their ass-kissing. The school is desperate, and will do anything to get you locked into their corrupt system so they can get some money.
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