New Jersey Business College Question


<p>If I don't get accepted into Rutger's Business School New Brunswick, whats the next best college to go to academically wise?</p>

<p>and if you got into Rutgers Business could you please respond to my question in if I will get in? <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>




<p>It’s harder to get into TCNJ than Rutgers I think.</p>

<p>Is 3.4 your weighted GPA- if so, is it out of 5?</p>

<p>Yes it is.</p>

<p>Your GPA is really bringing you down. Montclair or Ramapo would still be difficult to get in to, but they’re more reasonable. I’d recommend a year of CC, and then you can transfer to Rutgers or TNCJ.</p>

<p>? You are severely mistaken. Ramapo and Montclair would accept me. Rutger’s is what I am trying to get into, if possible. On the graph on family connections, I am surrounded by people who got accepted into Rutgers New Brunswick but I want to get into Rutgers Business which is a little harder to get into. And colleges do consider the fact that I took harder classes and I did get a 3.9 Junior year.</p>

<p>Don’t ask for advice if you’re just going to ignore it when it comes.</p>

<p>Your GPA is in the bottom 25% for both Montclair and Ramapo. Your SAT isn’t that great. </p>

<p>If you know so well about how college admins will view you, don’t bother asking for other opinions.</p>

<p>First off, numbers are not the only thing colleges look at. And if you believe someone who achieved a 1700 on the SATs and took 11 honor classes should attend Community College, then YOU must live near some great Community Colleges because the Community Colleges near me are where people with 1.0 GPAs and 900s can go. - I am not trying to belittle CC, just stating the facts.</p>

<p>I don’t know everything about college admissions, but you stating that my 2.9 GPA is the reason why I should attend Community College is crossing the line and is almost insulting.</p>

<p>As for Montclair, there is no reason for me to get denied. On the Family Connections graph, the person with the highest GPA and SAT that got rejected was someone with a 2.8 (weighted) and a 1700 on the SAT. Basically everyone with a 3.0 (weighted) and a SAT of 1200 gets accepted into Montclair.</p>