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High School SeniorMember since 11/19/2012
does benley offer good scholarships?
How many subject tests does UVA require?
I know people who didn't take any and got in for early decision and regular decision. I also know people who took 2 and got in for ED and RD.
They don't require subject test. They recommend them, though; especially if some portion of your application is lacking.
However, like roonhamh mentioned, I didn't take any subject tests and got in RD. So it just depends.
How many subject tests does Northeastern require?
SAT II's required only for home schooled applicants.
how many subject tests does BU require?
none whatsoever, I didnt and I got in
How does a Roger Williams degree look to employers?
It looks very good to employers because RWU is a great school to attend.
The better question is, "can I get into grad school, or will I be unemployed forever because I'll be too ashamed to admit where I got my BA?"
does UVA look at weighted or unweighted GPAs?
they look at whatever you put on the common app, whether you check weighted or unweighted
Is Northeastern right on the water? and do they have a sailing team?
Northeastern is in the middle of downtown Boston, but is not actually located on the water. We do have a sailing team.
how is the financial aid?
The first year financial aid is great then it tapers off.
Very good office and assistance. They help you get as much money as possible while looking at current cost of living standards.
EVERYONE who works in the financial aid office is so nice and so willing to help in any way that they can. They are truly a GODSEND!
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