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Does the college in which you study play an important role for admission in top universities of United States?

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Asked by vivekjv Saturday May 1st 2010 in Studying Abroad
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Typically no. For the most part, acceptance in any US college or university is based not on the high school, college, or university you have previously attended, but is instead based on your current GPA, your application materials, and your interview.

For a more detailed understanding of what is required, you should contact all of the colleges and universities you are considering, and discuss with them the requirements you will need for acceptance.

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