What are the requirements for an undergraduate student to enter Harvard University?
Harvard is "blind" to financial needs on applications. And generally, after acceptance if financial help is needed it can be worked out.
Acceptance requires overall exceptional academic achievements combined with a showing of character, ability and desire that would separate you from other contenders. How much one will be weighed over the other may vary, as someone shown with unbelievably exceptional ability in a field, and perhaps not the interest and academeics in another, may still be accepted.
Other evidence of ability, dedication, essays, interviews, recommendations, etc., all will be required.
The requirements for admission to Queen's University depend on the program that the prospective student wishes to apply for, and it also depends on the province from which the prospective student wishes to apply. Please see the General Admission Requirements for Undergraduate Admission page, in Sources and related links below.
What is the likelihood of being admitted into Harvard's graduate program if you have graduated from Azusa Pacific University?
This is a ridiculous question. As a Harvard MBA grad '04 and an APU Int'l Biz grad '99, I can tell you that APU will prepare you well for whatever post-undergraduate plans you have. The undergraduate school you attend; however, has close to zero value in an admissions process. The student as an individual is the one under the microscope. You want to attend Harvard Grad for Psych? Be an excellent student.
When transferring from a two year college to a university am i transferring as an undergraduate student?
Unlike before where the Extension division of Harvard University FAS allowed open-enrollment, today you have to be fully admitted to be a Harvard University student (even via Extension School route). Unlike the College, the admission process is unique: you must take actual Harvard University courses, make the grade point average necessary just to demonstrate that you can be considered. The consideration phase is extensive. Harvard University faculty not just grade you but also evaluate whether…
You are studying undergraduate and planning to credit transfer to a good university abroadthe thing is that will you be able to do that if you gave GRE but not SAT?
If you are an undergraduate student transferring to another undergraduate program you would not take the GRE. The GRE is required by many colleges and universities at the graduate level. You should collect the names of some schools you have an interest in and then research their entrance requirements.