What was a typical University of Michigan-Ann Arbor student like in high school? Describe the type of person that should attend University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.

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Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2018

A high school student who is known for doing too much, and then some, as well as for being committed to bettering the world in which they live is University of Michigan - Ann Arbor material.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2019

A U of M student needs to be smart and sophisticated, yet also be able to have fun. In high school, these students were probably top 10% in their class, and were well liked by their peers.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2018

A typical University of Michigan student is friendly, hard-working, motivated, and intelligent. Not only do we want t o succeed, but we also want our fellow classmates to succeed. We work as a team, and that's what makes us special.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2017

People from all backgrounds come to U of M. Typically these are the driven, involved students in many AP classes. It is common for them to have been in multiple sports and clubs.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2018

The University of Michigan is really for everyone, but particularly those who are ready for an academic challenge in a positive social atmosphere.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2019

They study hard on several subjects. They also need to have talents in other areas to be diverse. They also need to be able to collaborate.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2017

Students who attend the University of Michigan are highly motivated, hard working, and serious about their studies.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2018

Someone who wants to be a leader and the best! If you like the idea of being surrounded by people of all disciplines, doing all sorts of awesome, groundbreaking work, then UofM Ann Arbor is the place for you.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2018

Many students at the University of Michigan have achieved exceptional academic status in high school. The school is extremely diverse and large, so the school prides itself on having variety of personalities and cultures represented.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2016

This question cannot be answered because there is no such thing as a typical student. We are all very unique, from different backgrounds and lives, with only one thing in common; our desire for academic excellence

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2017

Most U of M students were hard working and self-motivated in high school, but they also like to play hard. Many are creative and interested in many things, so a well-rounded student would fit in wonderfully.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2017

The type of student who should attend the University of Michigan should be able to work hard and play hard. They were the student in high school that were determined to succeed in every aspect of their life. These students found themselves in extracurriculars they were passionate about and even were the leaders of some of them. These students also care about those around them because they realize in order to become a leader others must respect you and appreciate what you do and that means helping others out. These students do philanthropy because they truly want to not for a resume. These students are also engaged with their peers. While it's important to experience things for yourself, it's important to experience things with others and build a connection. These students understand that life is about achieving your goals and having others to celebrate those goals with. These students are the leaders and the best.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2015

Most of the students that attend the University of Michigan were high achievers in high school, as well as good athletes. Someone who attends this University should value knowledge, integrity and have a desire to better the world.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2018

How a typical U of M student was in high school is hard to describe. There are so many different kinds of personalities and interests here. However, one thing everyone has in common is that they excelled in high school.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2015

Really anyone can fit in at Michigan and be happy. We have students from all types of backgrounds with any interest under the sun. Most, however, are academically successful (I believe the average ACT is in the low 30s).

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2018

University of Michigan students are hard- working. The course work is rigorous, and one must have a good work ethic already mastered in order to handle the work load at this university. In high school, the future U of M student would take multiple Advanced Placement courses, do well on their standardized test scores, and be involved in their community. University of Michigan students, though studious and ambitious, are also social. Many social activities go on all around campus. People who can prioritize and skillfully time-manage should apply to the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, so they can enjoy all that the school has to offer socially and academically.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2017

A typical University of Michigan student must be hard-working and outgoing in high school. Hard work and dedication are necessary to succeed academically. Students must be outgoing in their communities to fulfill the required extracurricular activities necessary for admittance to the school.

Anonymous, Student, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Class of 2018

A typical University of Michigan-Ann Arbor student was very dedicated in high school to their studies. Most graduated at the top of their class with 4.0 GPA although not all did. Many were determined to succeed by spending countless hours studying and preparing them for all the rigors that college would put on them. Many knew that coming to this college would be quite expensive and so they spent many hours applying for scholarships so their dream could still come true. And of course, for many years before they were actually students here they would their maize and blue with pride.

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