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Many colleges put a great deal of weight on student ACT/SAT test scores when considering applications. Cappex can help you see how you rank compared to students who have been accepted to Colorado School of Mines
Mines has great alumni relationships, which is very helpful for networking. While in school I highly recommend contacting the career center and alumni for internships/co-ops. Contact faculty members too, because they always need research assistants (paid, unpaid, or you can use work study money), which translates into great lab experience for you.» Read More
Apply soon, and be prepared for the low female to male ratio (25% female). I was rejected before I was accepted, so if you do get a rejection letter, don't be afraid to call and ask why. When I called, the admissions counselor was just as confused as I was because the status he saw was that I was accepted.» Read More
This is a science, engineering, and math school. So you should like doing one of those things decently well, and if you're looking for a party school, well, there really aren't that many fun parties constantly. If you have a high GPA and scored well on the ACT, then you have better chances at getting in, although girls have a better chance at getting in because only about 25% of the student body is female. Sorry guys.» Read More