I guess it would depend on your definition of "hard". It seems to be a little tougher to get into than your typical 4-year public college, but the requirements aren't terrible. Here are some of the basics: 1. A written essay 2. Miniumum high school requirements: •4 units of English, at least three with substantial writing requirements •4 units of mathematics at the Algebra I level and higher •3 units of natural science, at least two with laboratory experience •3 units of social science •2 sequential units of the same foreign language or American Sign Language •2 elective units, preferably from the English, mathematics, natural science, social science, or foreign language areas 3. You need to take both the SAT & ACT. I don't know much about the SAT, but their ACT subscore requirements aren't all that bad. Most oublic colleges only require an 18 total ACT, but FSU requires more around a 21-22 out of a possible 36.
Just a little tip from someone who has already gone through the process of applying to multiple universities: there's always a page on the university website that gives detailed information on admission requirements. Here's the FSU page that I used to get all the info-http://funadvice.com/r/bpc29785k5t
. No - just take a crowbar round the back after dark and use one of the ground floor windows. .
Yes being a reputed institution it seeks a good academic background.
Sorry, I screwed up the link: http://funadvice.com/r/bpc29785k5t
About the same as any other four year state college