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I'm a rising senior with a pretty good college list. But I don't want to miss out on any other schools. So maybe I could get some school suggestions? It took me a long time to make the list because of my info: 3.2 GPA, 850 SAT, good qualitative extracurriculars, and I have reccomendation letters in the works. I live in New Jersey(so anything in DC, MD, NY, etc) I have schools in these states on my list but I don't want to miss out on a school that actually fits me and I what want to do(entreprenurial/business). I'm a low-low income student as well. It's like because of my grades and everything it makes the schools a hard target.

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[🎤 AUTHOR]@Victorious4466 months ago

I accidentally put admissions advice instead of school list sorry

@ShaquilleOatmeal
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6 months ago

No worries! I moved it to school list for you.

[🎤 AUTHOR]@Victorious4466 months ago

Thank you!!!!!

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6 months ago

Beyond the things do you have any qualities you are really look for like urban campus etc?

If you respond I have a fair few that I’ll think may be good fits.

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6 months ago

Look at University of Illinois!! They are a really good school for business. My sister just graduated from there and was in their business school. She got a job right after she graduated because they helped her get an internship. From personal experience Illinois does not sound like the best state, although Urbana-Champaign (where university is located) is a new modern city. Reminds me of a small version of Chicago. Not to mention their sports teams are good and fun to watch. If you want a more of a college experience I recommend applying.

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