depends on how smart you are or wealthy

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Lol, well...

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lol do u think youll get in easily

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Lol maybe with a whole lot of luck!

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lol i hear you

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Not nearly as hard as staying in past first year.

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Er.......This is sort of the norm, no?<br />
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It is here in the USA...<br />
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That said - Kids send off letters to schools they'd like to attend and depending on the min. requirements and other things - It could be very hard....<br />
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But, there's always 2 year and 2+2 type schools that even a moron can get into .

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Personally, if my only option is to have to go to college or community college, that is the day I fail myself. It's a no can do for me!

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Keep trying until you get exactly what you want. You will get in if you want to make it happen bad enough.

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Pretty easy. The hard thing is your first year of university. I had about a quarter of my classmates drop out in their first year and about another quarter will drop out in my next year.

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Depends on how much money your parents have and how much you can bullshit through the sat

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Keep those marks as high as you can humanly muster and you will have a definite advantage over others.

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depends where you live - it's easier in Darwin than in Beijing

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I live in California, usa. So far it sounds like hell here.

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In that case, it would depend on what type of university you want to be associated with (i.e. California State Universities (tend to be the easiest to get into); Universities of California (tend to be the hardest public universities to get into--concerning California); private universities(tend to be the hardest to get into, overall). The University of California has a strong research component, and offers undergraduate, masters, and doctoral degrees. California State Universities have much less research emphasis, and offer bachelors and masters degrees.

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Thank you so much!!!! Very, very helpful. (:

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No problem! Good luck (:

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I strongly recommend using the 'Free Application for Federal Student Aid' (official site: www.fafsa.ed.gov).

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