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Auburn University, Flagler College, or Hofstra University?

Auburn University, Flagler College, or Hofstra University? Topic: New writing act scoring system
July 20, 2019 / By Barzilai
Question: Which school is better? Auburn U Flagler C Hofstra U i have a 2.9gpa 470math 500CR and a 490 writing on SAT ACT 22 composite i do cheerleading, track, volunteering 6hrs a week, peer leadership, yearbook, and 2 other comitties. do i have a chance of getting into any of these schools? and which school has a better pre-law program/political science major? i have taken no AP or honors classes, just standard regular llevel.
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Zelma Zelma | 6 days ago
Hofstra - Your GPA and ACT score may be a little low to get in there. I honestly don't know how the new SAT scoring system works. Auburn - If you live in Alabama, there's a decent chance that you will get in. If you are not an Alabama resident, I don't think your marks are high enough to get in there. Flagler - Not sure about their standards, but I know that it is much smaller than Hofstra and Auburn. I would imagine that Hofstra has the best poli-sci/pre-law program, followed by Auburn.
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