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well i'm a geek like most of you in this community and i'll be going to college or university i should say in 2 yrs time. I want to go to MIT and offer course 6. i want to know the requirements to get there cos as far as i know... there's a lot more competition out there than i used to think. I welcome all advice.

asked Aug 08 '10 at 17:35

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edited Aug 08 '10 at 17:36

Google is your friend:

"Standardized tests are required for any freshman application to MIT. While your scores are only one component of your application, they are important, and you should make sure you're prepared for the testing process."

The freshman application consists of the following components (click for related instructions and tips):

You do all of that and then you wait to see where you stack up with all the other people applying to MIT.

answered Aug 08 '10 at 19:08

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edited Aug 08 '10 at 19:16

thanks for the tip but if i may ask... what is the midyear report? i don't quite get it

(Aug 10 '10 at 09:47) sasogeek sasogeek's gravatar image

This online form is required for all applicants, including Early Action deferred applicants and Regular Action applicants. The Midyear Report will be available on your MyMIT account in February and should be completed as soon as possible after completion of the fall semester (or after completion of the second quarter, if your school uses a quarter-based system). If your school uses a trimester schedule, please use your first trimester grades.

Please be sure to get your official midyear grades from your Guidance Office in order to complete the Midyear Report accurately. Your Guidance Office does not need to mail your midyear grades to us directly - we will verify the accuracy of the information you submit as needed.

The Midyear Report also includes an opportunity for you to update us on anything important that has occurred since you submitted your application. Using the Midyear Report for such updates is preferred over mailed updates. - from the link

it appears to be while your still in high school they want to know what your grades are mid year.

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