depends on how smart you are or wealthy
lol do u think youll get in easily
lol i hear you
Not nearly as hard as staying in past first year.
Er.......This is sort of the norm, no?<br />
It is here in the USA...<br />
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 />
But, there's always 2 year and 2+2 type schools that even a moron can get into .
Keep trying until you get exactly what you want. You will get in if you want to make it happen bad enough.
not, hard i got into a one of the best schools in my state. but i graduated top 30 of my class so..
haha im not sharing that lol. ill like to remain unknown
but its all about hard work and just being motivated to do work
yup, i got accepted into all my colleges i applied to..i slacked my freshman year and then did great the rest of high school. graduated honors
huh? how is that??? lol
see that aint shabby at all XD yeah you've still got one more year. you never know
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.
Depends on how much money your parents have and how much you can bullshit through the sat
Keep those marks as high as you can humanly muster and you will have a definite advantage over others.
depends where you live - it's easier in Darwin than in Beijing
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.
No problem! Good luck (:
I strongly recommend using the 'Free Application for Federal Student Aid' (official site: www.fafsa.ed.gov).