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This is my first year at a university in texas. i have 24 credit hours from high school already from taking dual credit classes and by the end of this upcoming summer i will already be considered a junior in college. my grades consist of mostly B's. But i would like to transfer to new-jersey this next year. what is the best way for me to get in? i feel as though my grades wont be sufficient or something. help!
Hey! This is a list of their requirements / recommended items in order to apply. A B average isn't bad at all, so your application is definitely worth reviewing. Coming in with 24 hours won't hurt you either. I think it shows that you are dedicated enough to drop your senior year in high school (which most people just goof off during) to advance yourself in college.You should still try to shine with those 2 essays they require. "You are encouraged to submit an expanded resume of information about academic, community, and work activities; include details that attest to your skills, abilities, experiences and background beyond those listed on your application. " If you were thinking you might not be accepted, you'll definitely need to make that resume stand out. Hopefully you worked while in college; this shows that you are able to take a pretty decent course load and still have time to work. Being an in-state resident will make it all the easier for you to get in, also. Be sure to call them and ask them to waive your application fee :) Most schools will do that if you ask. Good luck!!