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Undergraduate Programs with Aviation Major

Arizona State University

Bowling Green State University

Bridgewater State College

Daniel Webster

Delta State University in Cleveland

Embry Riddle (FL & AZ)

Florida Institute of Technology

Lewis University,IL

Ohio University

Middle Tennessee State

Metropolitan State University of Denver

Purdue University

Saint Louis University

Southern Illinois University Carbondale
FLIGHT AAS

MANAGEMENT BS

SUNY- Farmingdale

University of Alabama

University of Dubuque in Iowa

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

University of North Dakota

Vaughn College (formerly the College of Aeronautics) NYC

Western Michigan University

Westminster College- Utah.

Wichita State

Slash college expences

With the increase in the costs of College Studies people have started thinking about the ways to reduce it.
Here are 10 ways suggested by Christina Couch at www.Bankrate.com.

Savvy ways to slash college expenses

1.Get college credit in high school

2.Cash in on tax credits

3.Get rewarded for your service

4. Work for the college itself

5.Transfer from a community college

6.Pay lower prices at out-of-state schools

7.Tap home equity

8.Qualify for free money as an independent

9.Work your way through a “work college”

10.Move out-of-state for a year

For More Details and explanation of the above go to —

List of scholarship resources

1. http://www.StudentScholarshipSearch.com

Find scholarships and other financial aid resources here.

2. http://www.ScholarshipPoints.com

Earn Points

3. http://www.FastWeb.com

Over 1.3 million Scholarships


4. http://www.CollegeBoard.com

Connect to College Success

5. http://www.sfa.ufl.edu:16080/scholarshipcafe/

Find Your Money

6. http://www.uncf.org/scholarships

For Students : Scholarships


7. http://www.internationalscholarships.com

Premier Scholarship Database

8. http://www.FinancialAidPodcast.com

Daily free financial aid internet radio, no iPod required

Law Schools with 3+3 programs (BA/BS – JD)

Albany Law School with Russell Sage Colleges, St. Rose, SUNY
Cobleskill, Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., Union College, and U of Albany
Albany College of Pharmacy
U of Arkansas
Catholic University
Creighton University with their School of Business
Drake University with their College of Arts & Science; Coll. of
Journalism & Coll. of Business
Franklin Pierce with Penn State (Eberly School of Science)
Hamline U – only legal studies ungrad majors
University of Idaho
Illinois Institute of Technology
John Marshall Law School (IL) with Roosevelt University (IL)
Loyola U Chicago
Loyola University New Orleans
Marquette University
U of Maryland with University System of Maryland Schools
Michigan State University with: James Madison College, College of Arts &
Letters, and also with Grand Valley State University Seidman College of
Business
Mississippi College of Law
Nova Southeastern University
U of Nebraska
Pace University
Penn State Dickinson School of Law with own Schreyer’s Honors College;
& w/ Dickinson College
U of the Pacific
U of Pittsburgh
U of Richmond
Roger Williams
U of San Francisco
U of South Dakota
St. John’s University, with own students and 35 HBCU’s associated w/
United Negro College Fund
St. Thomas U (FL)
Seton Hall University with New Jersey Institute of Technology
Stetson University
Texas Tech
Tulane
U of Tulsa
Vermont
Washington & Lee University
Western New England, with own students and with St. Joseph’s College
(Hartford, CT)
Widener U -Harrisburg PA – with own students and the 14 PA State
Systems of Higher Ed

SAT & ACT Score Comparison

 

(To see the table click the headline of the article)

SAT & ACT Score Comparison

Here is how it is interpreted by

Princeton Review.

College Board (pdf)

Princeton Review Chart is given below:
The chart below contains comparative scores for three tests.
It is important to note that a student that scores well on the ACT is not guaranteed to have similar success on the SAT and vice versa. (Scores between the Current SAT and the New SAT should be consistent.)

For example, say a student earns an ACT composite score of 31; colleges will view this score as being in the same range of a 1360 – 1400 on the SAT.

But it does not mean the student will actually earn that score if he took the SAT. This relationship is merely a way of looking at the competitive equivalent of the two tests, and is not meant to be a predictor of student performance.

ACT
If you scored
Current SAT
or a
New SAT
it’s about the same as
36 1600 2400
35 1560-1590 2340
34 1510-1550 2260
33 1460-1500 2190
32 1410-1450 2130
31 1360-1400 2040
30 1320-1350 1980
29 1280-1310 1920
28 1240-1270 1860
27 1210-1230 1820
26 1170-1200 1760
25 1130-1160 1700
24 1090-1120 1650
23 1060-1080 1590
22 1020-1050 1530
21 980-1010 1500
20 940-970 1410
19 900-930 1350
18 860-890 1290
17 810-850 1210
16 760-800 1140
15 710-750 1060
14 660-700 1000
13 590-650 900

 

 

‘India Today’ Best Engineering Schools – 2007

 

  1. IIT, Kanpur
  2. IIT, Delhi
  3. IIT, Chennai
  4. IIT, Mumbai
  5. IIT, Kharagpur
  6. IIT, Rurkee
  7. IIT, Gauhati
  8. Indian Insitiute of Information Technology, Allahabad
  9. College of Engineering, Anna Univ, Chennai
  10. National Institute of Technology, Tirchnapali
  11. Faculty of Eng. & Technology Jadavpur University, Kolkata
  12. Delhi College of Engineering, Delhi
  13. National Institute of Technology, Warangal
  14. International Institute of Information Technology, Hydrabad
  15. Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra
  16. Institute of Technology, Baneras Hindu University
  17. Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, Delhi
  18. Visvasvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur
  19. M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore
  20. Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad
  21. National Institute of Technology, Rourkela
  22. Institute of Technology, Nehru University, Ahmedabad

You may also be interested in

‘Outlook’ Ranking of 50 Private Engineering Colleges in India

‘Outlook’ Top 50 Govt. Engineering Colleges

‘DataQuest’ 2007-Rankings of Indian Engineering Schools

‘Outlook’ Ranking of Top Private Engineering Colleges – India

20070611outlookcover.jpg June 2007

1BITS Pilani

2 BIT Mesra Ranchi

3 PSG College of Technology Coimbatore

4 Thapar Inst. of Engineering &Technology Patiala

5 Dhirubhai Ambani Inst. of Infocom.Tech Gandhinagar

6 Manipal Institute of Technology Manipal

7 Vellore Institute of Technology Vellore

8 VJTI Mumbai

9 SSN College of Engineering Chennai

10 RV College of Engineering Bangalore

11 PES Institute of Technology Bangalore

12 Sardar Patel College of Engineering Mumbai

13 Maharashtra Institute of Technology Pune

14 SJ College of Engineering Mysore

15 SASTRA University Thanjavur

16 Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology Hyderabad

17 Nirma Institute of Technology Ahmedabad

18 BMS College of Engineering Bangalore

19 SRM Institute of Science and Technology Chennai

20 Bangalore Institute of Technology Bangalore

21 Sathyabhama Engineering College Chennai

22 Gitam Vishakhapatnam

23 National Institute of Engineering Mysore

24 The ICFAI Inst. of Science and Technology Hyderabad

25 Mepco Schlenk Engineering College Sivakasi

26 Amrita Institute of Technology & Science Coimbatore

27 Shri Ramdeo Baba KN Engineering College Nagpur

28 Karunya Institute of Technology Coimbatore

29 Kongu Engineering College,Perundurai Erode

30 Sreenidhi Inst. of Science &Technology Hyderabad

31 SDM College of Engineering Dharwad

32 Mufkham Jah Engineering College Hyderabad

33 MS Ramaiah Institute of Technology Bangalore

34 Vasavi College of Engineering Hyderabad

35 Jaypee University of Information Tech Solan

36 RVR & JC College Of Engineering Guntur

37 Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Bhubaneshwar

38 KL College of Engineering Vaddeswaram

39 Babu Banarasi Das Lucknow

40 Institute of Technology & Management Gurgaon

41 Hindustan Inst. of Engineering Technology Chennai

42 Siddhartha Engineering College Vijayawada

43 Sona College of Technology Salem

44 Galgotia Noida

45 VIT Pune

46 Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engg Nagpur

47 Sree Chitra Thirunal College of Engineering Thiruvananthapuram

48 Kakatiya Institute of Technology & Science Warangal

49 KLE Society’s College of Engineering Belgaum

50 JSS Academy of Technical Education Bangalore

You may also be interested in:

‘DataQuest’ 2007-Rankings of Indian Engineering Schools


‘India Today’ Best Engineering Schools – 2007


Ranking of Indian Engineering Colleges

 

‘Outlook’ Top 50 Govt. Engineering Colleges

What Happens If My Undergraduate GPA Is Low?

Undergraduate GPA is the most common criterion used in admission, but it is not an infallible predictor of graduate success.

If you discover that your GPA is low, either in terms of being below the minimum required for admission, or low by comparison with other persons applying to a particular program, you need to find some ways to offset the lack of a high GPA. Since graduate programs often use multiple criteria for admission, this is not as difficult as it may seem at first. By gathering strong recommendation letters, scoring well on admissions tests, doing internships or post-baccalaureate employment in the field, you can offset the effect of a low GPA.

It is also appropriate to call attention to non-academic circumstances which may have prevented your GPA to accurately represent your capacity, so as to place your record in an appropriate context. If circumstances affected your performance, you can describe them and indicate what steps you have taken to overcome those circumstances. Such explanations can either be incorporated in your statement of purpose or written up as a separate statement to be included with your application form. The important thing is to phrase your explanation so that it does not sound like excuse-making. Having others read and critique your statement can be very helpful here.

If your GPA was the result of a learning disability or other such condition, you will have to decide whether or not to disclose the disability in explaining your academic performance. Federal law prohibits discrimination in admissions on the basis of disability. It is even illegal to require applicants to disclose disabilities on an application form. But many students feel that disclosing their disability in the admissions process places them at a disadvantage. I can’t argue that they are wrong.

I will say this: if you can show that, once your disability was identified and you began to receive necessary accommodations, your performance was much stronger than it previously was, or better yet equaled or exceeded the minimum required for admission, you have placed yourself in a strong position. If you show that reasonable accommodations put you on an equal footing with the other applicants to the program, the program can’t disqualify you on the basis of your disability.

For More on GPA also see :

Advice about low GPA

Schools That Do Not Use SAT or ACT Scores for Admitting

Fair Test a non profitable organization encouraging schools to discard the use of SAT / ACT for their admission process
This is a list of over 800 schools and includes accredited, bachelor-degree granting colleges and universities that deemphasize the use of standardized tests by making admissions decisions about substantial numbers of applicants who recently graduated from U.S. high schools without using the SAT or ACT. Some schools exempt students who meet grade-point average or class rank criteria while others require SAT or ACT scores but use them only for placement purposes or to conduct research studies. Please check with the school’s admissions office to learn more about specific admissions requirements, particularly for international or non-traditional

A Complete list of schools is given HERE


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