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Which SUNYs don't look at freshman year?

phishfan0969phishfan0969 Registered User Posts: 455 Member
edited June 2008 in SUNY - General
if any...

I didnt do so hot freshman year and it would be quite nice to find out Binghamton or Stony Brook don't look at it.
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Replies to: Which SUNYs don't look at freshman year?

  • nysmilenysmile Registered User Posts: 5,850 Senior Member
    They'll look at your entire high school transcript. But don't worry too much about something that you can't change (like your freshman year). Hopefully, you've shown great progress since then. If you have your heart set on one or two particular SUNY schools, you may want to email an admissions advisor/counselor and explain the situation. We found all communications with admissions offices to be quite informative. Their job is to help you so don't fear them. Good luck. And remember, apply Early Action and make sure you apply to a few safety SUNY's. Sometimes people underestimate the competition.
  • sbuadmissionssbuadmissions College Rep Posts: 1,998 Senior Member
    We look at your whole transcript, but if the rest of your transcript is really solid, that's important. Worst case, we'll wait for your senior midyear grades to make sure you're keeping it up before we make a decision.

    Chris
  • PerfectedxchaosPerfectedxchaos Registered User Posts: 872 Member
    Definitely apply Early Action if you're that concerned.
    I know Stony Brook and Binghamton both offer that.
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