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Thursday, December 09, 2004

How can I meet the new college standards?

New York University is a private four-year university. The campus has an urban setting in the lively city of New York. The entering freshman has an average of 3.94 on a 4.0 scale. Only 1% scored below a 500 on the SAT. 18 % scored between 500 and 799 on the Verbal and 16% scored that ranking on the math subject. On the ACT, Zero percent scored below an eleven. Zero percent also scored between a twelve and seventeen. Only two percent scored between an eighteen and twenty- three. Forty-six percent scored between twenty-four and twenty- nine. The bulk of the students at NYU scored the highest on the ACT. Fifty- two percent of the students at NYU scored between thirty and thirty- six. NYU is among the most selective universities in the nation. 33,776 freshman applications were received. Thirty-two percent of the applications were accepted. It is also one of the most expensive. The tuition is $26,766.00 Room and board is $10,910.00
The required fees are $17,730.00 (fastweb.com).
Texas Southern University is a public four- year university, in Houston, Texas. This university also has an urban setting. The average on a 4.0 scale for an entering freshman is 2.54. 14 % scored below 500 on the verbal subject on the SAT. Zero percent scored below a 500 on the math subject. Eighty-six percent scored between 500 and 599. Zero percent scored 600 and 799 on the verbal. Fourteen percent scored between 600 and 799. Zero percent scored above a 700. Zero percent below an eleven on the ACT. Eighty-six percent scored between a twelve and seventeen. Zero percent scored over a twenty-four. TSU isn’t a hard school to be accepted in to. 5,574 freshmen applied to TSU and 44% was accepted. The tuition rates are among the lowest. In state tuition is $1,1044. Out of state tuition is $6,768. Room and board is 5,824.00 The required fees are $1,992 .00
Baylor University is a private, urban university in Waco, Texas. The average entering freshman has an GPA of 3.6. The entering freshmen at Baylor scored average on the SAT. 12% scored below a 500 on the verbal subject. 8% scored below a 500 on the math. 45% scored between a 500-599 on the verbal. 41% scored between 500-599 on the math. 34% scored between 600-700 on the verbal. 41% scored between that average on the math. 9% scored over a 700 on the verbal. 10% scored over a 700 on the math. On the ACT 0% scored Below 11


12-17
1%

18-23
44%

24-29
49%

30-36
6%




Freshman Admissions


Application deadline: No Data Provided
Admission notification sent: Continuous
Admissions selectivity: Moderately selective

Size of last year's freshman class: 2,678
Freshman applications received: 8,931
Freshman applicants accepted: 82%


High School graduation/GED: High School diploma required, GED accepted
SAT/ACT: Required



Transfer Admissions


Application deadline: No Data Provided
Admissions notification sent: Continuous

Size of last year's transfer class: 420
Minimum number of credits transfers must complete at this school to earn an Associates degree: No Data Provided
Minimum number of credits transfers must complete at this school to earn a Bachelors degree: 60 semester hours




College Finances






 
In-State
Out-of-State

Tuition:
$16,750.00
$16,750.00

Room and Board:
$5,434.00
$5,434.00

Required fees:
$1,680.00
$1,680.00

1 Comments:

  • At December 10, 2004 at 6:12 AM, Blogger batgirl said…

    The main idea of this paragraph would be telling the reader about three different universities, what the average students made on their ACT and SAT tests, and what the tuitions and and locations are of the three schools.
    I would say that this paragraph does answer the question. The paragraph proves to the reader that the cost of attending certain colleges varies.
    The paragraph does seem to be written in her own words to a certain extent; however, she should state where she got her information.
    I believe that people on the internet will be easily able to understand the paragraph considering the fact that college bound high schoolers should be reading it. After all, this stuff is to help students who attend high school that want some tips on getting to college.

    edited by: Lindsey Q.

     

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