what grades do you have to get to be get into Rutgers University? and what do colleges see on your reseme? do they see the levels you were in (below is what i thought they see)
History B: A
Science A: C+
Integrated math: A
English Midterm: 70 C-
They see what level you were in and the grade, and I am pretty sure they see what you got on your midterm and final but I may be mistaken. They see your community service, activities, awards, etc.
But if you scroll down on the link I gave you to the Rutgers requirements your Academic GPA and Standardized Tests are what this specific college looks for while activities and your admissions essay is just considered.
for3v3r_his answered Wednesday February 13 2008, 6:17 pm: Yes, colleges look at your grades. Your resume should include work experience, community service, awards you have recieved, after school activities, any sports you have played in school...etc. Your transcript contains your grades you can have your guidance office send to the college. Every college has different expectations so i suggest you visit the college website. You can google Rutgers University and you should see a link. You should also try to bring your C's up to at least a B minus. Ask your teacher for extra credit, after school help or try to get a tutor. It will definitely look better. When choosing a teacher for a recommendation letter choose someone who knows you best. Dont go for the teacher whose class you have the highest grade in. Research scholarships and financial aid programs to also assist you in getting you in your choice college. Good Luck. If you need help on your admissions essay or on anything else im here. [ for3v3r_his's advice column | Ask for3v3r_his A Question ]
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