MIT requires standardized tests scores for all freshman applications. Student must complete either the SAT, ACT plus writing, or the TOEFL exam, as well as a Math SAT II Subject Test and a Science SAT II Subject Test. MIT also requires an interview, essays, and evaluations from teachers, as well as other requirements.
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Undergraduate admissions requirements vary from school to school. check with the schools your applying to for specific requirements
It depends on the college or university you are applying to, the specific program of study, and the entrance requirements particular to that program. Once you decide on a specific program, you can research institutions that offer that program and inquire about entrance requirements.
Colleges and universities will have requirements particular to themselves. You need to contact some schools that offer the program and inquire about the entrance requirements. Evidently, there will be prerequisite coursework at the undergraduate level you will be required to complete first.
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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.
The best way to find out the current entrance requirements for Hofstra University is to visit their website.
Click on the Undergraduate Admission Requirements on related links for the GPA requirements.
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"Award requirements: - Achieve a total of 134 credit hours with minimum CPA of 2.00 - Complete the undergraduate final year project."
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Undergraduate GPA requirements range from 2.5 to 3.0. Graduate GPA requirements range from 2.75 to 3.0. Some universities don't have a minimum requirement.
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Yes you can provided you meet the entrance requirements of the institution you wish to transfer to. You should also inquire about the transfer of credits you have already completed.
The ACT is used to get into undergraduate school. Most law schools require the LSAT for entrance. You will have to check the specific requirements to determine what score you need for a specific law school.
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See the related link for the undergraduate requirements to get into the University of North Texas.
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