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  • screaming_emu
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    Originally posted by bloodhound96
    Hey, if you guys want, I'll join ya, I'd like to meet someone other than Emu from these boards.
    fine, I see how it is, emu's not good enough for you. You should be greatful that you were allowed to meet me You know how much I wanted to room with my roomie from my first year here, but instead I let you move in

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  • bloodhound96
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    Hey, if you guys want, I'll join ya, I'd like to meet someone other than Emu from these boards. Lemme know if you guys go.

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  • nwaA330
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    Yeah for sure, we'll go grab some coffee sometime, I'm a freshman this year, in case you wanted to know. I'll PM you in the next week or so-

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  • screaming_emu
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    Originally posted by nwaA330
    telling UND that his brother (me) attends UND currently
    you do? We should meet up for coffee or something sometime. I dunno much about the committee thing though. I had a 3.3 and a 1070 on the SATs...not that it answers any of your questions Send me a PM sometime letting me know when you're free and I'll buy you a coffee at stomping grounds or tabulas. I live off campus now but most of the day I spend at my home away from home (the union) in the little internet cafe near stomping grounds.

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  • chrisburns
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    You posted right after me, so there is my opinion.

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  • nwaA330
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    Originally posted by babypurin
    Here, I did a little research and see that your brother is a little below the requirements

    According to:
    http://www.act.org/college_search/fset_col_search.html

    Mean ACT composite: 22.9
    Average high school GPA: 3.38
    Right, but UND's requirements say that the student must have had a 22 on their ACT and a 2.5 GPA, for automatic admission. And my brother falls just short of those requirements. I just wanna know about how prone committees are to accepting students.

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  • chrisburns
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    Hard to say but less likely because he is missing 2 auto admissions requirements, that being a 22 ACT and a 2.5 HS gpa. Based on the fact is is -2, i dont know. They may put him on academic probabtion and not let him fly for a year or so.

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  • Greg
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    Paul, Junior + Senior year matter. Which incidentally is good for me.

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  • babypurin
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    Here, I did a little research and see that your brother is a little below the requirements

    According to:
    http://www.act.org/college_search/fset_col_search.html

    Mean ACT composite: 22.9
    Average high school GPA: 3.38

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  • babypurin
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    Originally posted by Airbus_A320
    Off topic, but I have a question;

    Is it true that junior year in high school matters most than your other years in high school for colleges? Like will they look mostly at how you did junior year as opposed to freshman and sophmore when looking at an application?
    Well in one way it is. Most people take the SAT's and/or ACT in their Junior year. Junior year is going to be the last year most colleges will see in terms of grades, however some want to see your grades after you graduate.

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  • Airbus_A320
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    Off topic, but I have a question;

    Is it true that junior year in high school matters most than your other years in high school for colleges? Like will they look mostly at how you did junior year as opposed to freshman and sophmore when looking at an application?

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  • nwaA330
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    UND Committee

    My brother didn't quite meet his admission requirements to get into UND, so they sent his application to the UND Admissions Committee to review and then they'll make a decision about accepting him or not. His high school GPA is like 2.3 and he got a 21 on his ACT. Do you think the committee will accept him? He sent a nice cover letter with it too, telling UND that his brother (me) attends UND currently, and his uncle was a UND graduate. I really hope they accept him. I want him to go to school with me, it would be pretty sweet to fly with him and stuff. Like you guys really care about my brother's issue, but what do you think? Do you think he'll get accepted? Do committees generally accept more people then they turn down?
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