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International transfer at BYU. HEEELPPPP!!!

pazr92pazr92 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
Hey there! I am an international freshman student from Chile, South America. I plan on transferring to BYU and start there my junior year. I wanted to know what are the chances of getting in for international transfers. I know BYU is a very religious school and I personally am not an LDS member but I share and respect many of their beliefs. I think that by that date, around one and a half more years (or even sooner) I may be an official member. I need to take the TOEFL and I have taken it before, scoring around 100. I do a lot of community service, have played volleyball, field hockey and soccer all my life. I speak three languages and I'm fluent in two. Mmmmm, what else. Oh yes. I am a political science major and absolutely love it. I have no problem with paying BYU's tuition. I have a 3.6 GPA. Do you guys think I have a shot? Is it too hard to get in? I don't know if this is relevant but I am white/caucasian.

Thank you so much! It means a lot.
Take care :)
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