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Randolph College

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Your Chances at Randolph
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# Applicants
359
697
# Admitted
285
596
% Admitted
79.4%
85.5%
% Overall
83.4%

Students who got into Randolph:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (1), Grades (4), Sports/Extracurriculars (4), College Essay (1)
I applied twiceNov 01 2014History/Histories (art history/etc.)
I applied twice...once in my senior year in high school, and then again once I was ready to transfer from my community college. The second time, I applied in person during a tour and was given an acceptance letter within the day. The best thing to do is visit campus (you'll fall in love) and talk with the people in admissions and financial aid before leaving. They're all fantastic! Plus, they can put a face with a name and it will be easier for them to help you in the future once they know who you are.
Female
Generally speaking, Randolph is an easy place to getJan 26 2014Biology
Generally speaking, Randolph is an easy place to get accepted to if you're a B+ student. If somebody is a B- student...they probably won't make the cut (unless they started a free health clinic in an inner city). However, unlike the Ivys (where the median course grade is an A), don't expect an easy A at any point. Professors expect a heck of a lot from their students. All my friends who have graduated have gone on to Yale, Rice, UC Berkeley...so your degree will be worth something.
SAT: 1750 Female
It was really easy to get it, they wereNov 19 2013PreMed and Medical
It was really easy to get it, they were begging me to come. They waived my application fee and offered me more money when I initially declined enrollment. From what I understand, everyone accepted receives a pretty good chunk of financial aid. Don't feel special, it's just an admission technique.
SAT: 2040 Male
I had a penis and played a sportJun 01 2013Undecided
I had a penis and played a sport.
No, but seriously.
Male
Forget it! I am saving you timeApr 23 2013Undecided
Forget it! I am saving you time... I applied to at least 200 colleges (83 of which are U.S colleges) and im telling you, this is a bad choice
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