(6) Rate Of Admission In College Or University
It is one of the most important factors to determine selection of right college or university. Admission rate is the percentage of applicants that are admitted or accepted to a college or university.
Generally, institutions with higher acceptance rates will enroll students from a wide variety of academic backgrounds. These institutions may accept even those who have not received the best grades in high school.
On the other hand, institutions with lower acceptance rates will enroll only the strongest applicants. You can easily analyze institution’s reputation even on the basis of its admission rates. Sometimes, it can be correlated to the quality of education provided by the college.
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(7) Admission Criteria Of College Or University
It is one of the key factors to determine selection of right college or university. Every college or university has different admission requirements than others.
Some prefer to conduct their own entrance examination to evaluate & select the students. However, others can prefer to accept applicants on the basis of board exams (10+2).
Some of the common admission criteria for a typical college in US universities include a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA), prerequisite course requirements, & standardized test scores.
Sometimes, they may also ask you to write a personal statement or undergo an interview with an admission officer. You can find information regarding a particular college’s admission criteria on its official website.
Most of the colleges will post average GPA & test scores of previously admitted students. This will be a good way to measure your own chances to get accepted in the college’s admission process.
On the other hand, if you are an international student then you may be required to take the TOEFL or the IELTS exams.
Thus, it would be wise decision to apply a number of colleges or universities to increase the chances of getting admission in case one college rejects you.
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