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High School SeniorMember since 9/25/2012
hows the nightlife?
I think it's mostly a commuter school. Seems like most on-campus students go home on the weekends.
i am going to fitchburg state for the fall 2013 semester but i have friends that go there now so im there a lot of the weekends. its pretty fun there is normally always something going on, and for the most part people are really nice.
Noting really ever goes on and the police are really strict.
There really isn't much of a night life if you don't have a car to get off campus.
Seven miles south of Boston with a shuttle that will take you on weekends. Perfect!
is their allot of partys/ how is the nightlife?
is mount ida really strict about drinking? / are there any good partys?
If I have like a 2.8 and a 1400 on my SATs what are my chanes of getting in?
You will most likely get in. It's not too difficult to get accepted here.
Pretty good :) I had a 1250 on my SATs and a 3.1 GPA and I had no problems.
Yes, if you show your interest for the school you will be able to get in. There is always a chance.
According to this chart (http://www.salemstate.edu/admissions/1313.php) and based on what your GPA and SATs are, you should have no problem getting in.
If i have like a 2.56 GPA andd a 1500 SATs what do you think my chnces are of getting in?
I would say your chances are decent...be sure to make your essay one of your best. That will be your golden ticket in.
You are right in there with the majority of accepted students.
I believe that while your SAT scores are high and your GPA could be better, your application would be highly considered. Your chances are higher if your application is supported with extra curricular activities.
Your chances are still good. You may have to do a summer program or so, but I would still apply if I were you
If I have a 2.56 gpa and I got a 1550 on my SATs what are my chances of getting in??
You could potentially still get in. If you are currently a student in high school, I would advise you to take he SATs again because they super score which is when they take your best scores from however many times you took the test.
You will all get in.
if i have a 2.6 and a 1500 in my sats what are my chances of getting in??
You're def. getting in haha
You have a really good chance of getting in because the 1500 will look good. Some students just don't do well in high school for whatever reason, but your test score shows that you have learned some things so they are likely to give you a shot.
Good...but would still need a good explanation regarding the GPA
PSU believes in giving opportunities to everyone. There are some who did not submit their SATs and got in as they are not required. And the GPA also shouldn't be an issue. Just do your best while you're here.
I think your chances are good as long as you give it a shot. Show them why you want to be accepted. Have a teacher look over your essay. Submit your application promptly.
you probably will. psu isn't really known for being hard to get into
not anymore. we used to be, and it was fantastic. but administration is trying to make PSU something we're not (academically) and trying to slash the party rep by coming down harder on partying which is bs. they're losing a lot of applicants because of it as well and probably won't realize the big mistake they're making until it's too late. if we embraced our party culture, psu would thrive. but i digress..
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