Application Advice | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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OK, so what type of advice would I give to anybody applying to Ball State? Um, if you're applying to ball state for starters, don't be super freaked out by it. You have like, um, about sixty two percent of the people that apply get accepted. So you have a pretty strong likelihood of getting accepted to both day. Um, most students do you get around, I think eight thousand in financial aid. When I applied here, I had a three point nine GP from high school. The average that, um, Ball state has for high school GPS. For those who accepted is about a three point four. So if you're just like a B B plus student, you're definitely fine. I know plenty of people who didn't have, um who were more like C student got accepted too ballsy as well. If you just show that you have, like you were involved in lots of things, you have really good essays that are not like wrote for what you think they want to hear. It's just wrote about what you feel and you actually answering that prompted. That really helps to with your application and then the they do composite as a cheese course. So if you take it more than once, we'll take in a sort of a t t a C t as well. They will just take the best one and best of those different rankings and give you the best possible score to get accepted to Ball state, which is really nice as well. Um, I only submitted by a CT because I didn't do great on my S a. T. So you also have that option. Um, I would also just make sure that you, um, visit the school before or use a tour from this website because, um, it's really you want to know what you're getting into and you want to know what the environment of this university is like because you're going to be there for four years, three or four years. So it's important to make sure that you like it and you feel comfortable here because if you don't, then your college experience won't be is great. Um, the tour on Campus Real has is really great. It shows a really good depiction of what Ball state is like if you're unable to come and physically visit, So I would definitely recommend checking that out along with taking my advice.