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Currently, I'm applying to Indiana University. I am trying to decide whether I should select my academic interest to major in either economics or finance. I do not have a high enough ACT score to get direct admit into Kelley(have a 28, they require a 30). Should I jump straight into Economics or try to get into Kelley via standard admission(current IU students)? I know that IU's finance program is much more prestigious than its Economics program.

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Comments (4)

Oct 19, 2017

If you don't have a high enough ACT do you even have an option?

Oct 19, 2017

The ACT score is for direct admission, not standard admission.

Oct 19, 2017

Oh, then in that case definitely try to get into Kelley.

Oct 19, 2017