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  • Kyle

    Keep that GPA high, get a good score on ACT and/or SAT, take AP classes, play a/play sport/s, be in clubs, have several leadership roles, have a useful and applicable job towards your intended field of study, NHS, maybe drama, just BE ACTIVE. read full review

  • S

    I've walked around at night (on campus) and I felt fairly safe, but you should try to stay with friends, regardless of where you choose to attend college read full review

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