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Old 09-20-2018, 04:09 PM   #1  
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I'm planning to go to UND but I'm just asking why is the graduation rate 55%? Also what is the graduation rate for an aviation degree for four years?
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I'm planning to go to UND but I'm just asking why is the graduation rate 55%? Also what is the graduation rate for an aviation degree for four years?
Because the Acceptance rate is 82%.
Predominantly schools with high acceptance rate tend to have low graduation rate. Not to pick on UND but if they accept every tom dick and harry, then more chances that many of the students will not strive hard to succeed, drop out rate will be high..
A school like MIT with low acceptance rate tend to have high graduation rate because the students accepted tend to do well.
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MIT has an acceptance rate of 8.3% and the graduation rate is 91%
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Because the Acceptance rate is 82%.
Predominantly schools with high acceptance rate tend to have low graduation rate. Not to pick on UND but if they accept every tom dick and harry, then more chances that many of the students will not strive hard to succeed, drop out rate will be high..
A school like MIT with low acceptance rate tend to have high graduation rate because the students accepted tend to do well.
Do you know the graduation rate for the pilot program at UND ? Thanks for the answer btw
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I think it's the outrageous cost, people wise up and see what it's really going to cost them That's what happened to a couple people I know that started out there.
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