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What is FIDM's average test scores and GPA?

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2011-05-13 22:04:17
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That's a great question! I'm not 100 percent sure what the school's average test scores and GPA are . . . but that sounds like a great question for an adviser at FIDM! If you're wondering if your test score or GPA are good enough to apply to FIDM, I say just go for it because you never know if you don't try! My friends attended FIDM and their GPA's weren't the best in the world but they loved fashion and wanted successful careers and in the end, they graduated from FIDM and have great careers in the fashion industry. Good luck!

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