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Brigham Young University - Provo

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Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (18), Grades (24), Sports/Extracurriculars (10), College Essay (4)
Got lucky I guess, and had a fairly decent ACTAug 12 2010PreMed and Medical
Got lucky I guess, and had a fairly decent ACT. My history score was crappy, along with English. My math and science were both over 30. When I was done and took the MCAT, things had reversed a bit and I scored t,he second highest possible on the written portion. That was, I feel, because every class made me write and write and write.
ACT: 25 Male
Don't believe the "you must go to seminary allJun 12 2010Engineering Department
Don't believe the "you must go to seminary all four years" myth, or that you need a 4.0 GPA. Apply, apply, apply!!

Also, I think the easiest time to get in is if you apply to start in the Spring or Summer. Next best is in the Winter. Most competitive is Fall.
ACT: 31 Male

To get in to BYU, I had to haveMay 05 2010Astronomy
To get in to BYU, I had to have good grades and a high ACT score. I also had to be interviewed by a bishop and stake president of the Mormon Church. I had to answer a few questions about how well I would be able to follow the Honor Code. It was a short, simple process and they were extremely friendly and supportive of my decision to attend BYU.
ACT: 32 Female
Act really mormonDec 15 2009Psychology
Act really mormon. If you have any kind of diversity, especially ethnic, milk it for all it's worth, they will accept you with very low scores and give you a full-ride scholarship.
ACT: 29 SAT: 1320 Male
If you get in and you are feeling thatSep 20 2009Nutrition
If you get in and you are feeling that maybe it is "not what it is all that it was cut out to be" then GET OUT WHILE YOU STILL CAN.
If you have a great time, then i am happy for you. consider yourself lucky that you did not draw the short stick
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