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active Jun 03 '12 at 00:40

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If your SAT scores is not where you want them to be can it stop you fromgetting into a good school even tho your grades are good?

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active Aug 30 at 07:07

How can I expand my knowledge on colleges I will potentially be attending?

I am going into my junior year of high school, a big year for many students who are planning to attend college after graduating. I have to study for the SATs, take the SATs, start applying for scholarships and to colleges/universities. Before I start applying to colleges though, I would like to limi

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active Jun 11 at 17:03

Why are merit-based scholarships offered by colleges demanding very high test scores and GPA's?

In the modern age, having a 2400 on the SAT (at least the previous version) and a 4.0+ GPA seems to be the only way to be fully-funded by universities, and for some that doesn't even cut it. Doesn't such standards discourage students from applying to those institutions? I understand that colleges wa

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active Jun 08 at 16:12

List some colleges/universities with a great STEM program aside from the more-popular options, such as Ivy League schools, Georgia Tech, etc?

Many institutions that are cheaper yet offer the same, or better, education to students don't get as much recognition in the press. Can someone provide a list of colleges with great STEM and/or Math programs that are often "underrated?"

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active Nov 07 '15 at 10:58

How strongly does your decided major affect your admission into a University?

I am currently a Junior in high school and some time back, I decided that I wanted to major in Finance or Economics. After looking into a variety of Universities and Colleges on US News, I saw a category called popular majors. I assume this is because that particular College or Uni. has a great depa

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active Feb 21 '14 at 16:27

What colleges are recommended the most to know enough about criminal justice to become a police officer?

I am a 10th grader. I am still trying to figure out what i want to major in. By me knowing the colleges that are the most recommended and also colleges that now a days police officers have been to it would help a lot; because i might major in criminal justice. Any location would be fine

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