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Miami Dade College

Undergraduate Application Requirements

Data shown for 2010-2011 school year.

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High School Transcript Your high school transcript is the document that describes what classes you took in high school, how well you did in them and your overall pattern of performance.
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High School GPA Your high school GPA represents the average number of grade points you earned for each high school class. nono
Recommendations Letters of recommendation are letters – often written by teachers and counselors – that offer personalized accounts of your character and qualification as a student.
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Admissions Test (SAT or ACT) A college admission test is a standardized aptitude test. Aptitude tests measure your ability on certain skills (such as verbal skills, math skills, analytical skills and writing skills) and help determine your readiness for college.

SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test)
The SAT is a standardized aptitude test that measures a student’s reasoning or critical-thinking skills. SAT scores are reported on a scale of 200-800 for each test.

ACT (American College Test)
The ACT is a standardized aptitude test considered to be more curriculum focused than the SAT. Test questions are based on standard high school subjects. Final ACT scores are reported on a scale of 0-36.
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What happens when you enter your SAT and ACT scores in this search?
Each year colleges report the 25th and 75th percentile scores of the current year’s incoming freshman class. When you enter your SAT or ACT score, the search checks your score against these percentiles. Every school in which your score is more than the 25th percentile but less than the 75th percentile will show up. Keep in mind, however, that not all schools report their SAT scores. All of the approximate 1,300 schools that do will be presented in our results.
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TOEFL (for international students) The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is a standardized test that measures a person’s ability to speak and understand English at a college level. This test is often a requirement for students applying from outside the U.S.
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Completion of College Prep Program A college prep program is the study of college-level material by a high school student. nono
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Application Fee for 2010-2011

Undergraduate$30
Graduate$0

Undergraduate Admissions

Data shown for 2010-2011 school year.

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