Hello Guys,I want to know what is the criteria to enter

Hello Guys,
I want to know what is the criteria to enter MIT(Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
What are the courses offered here?
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 Have you tried looking at their website? All this information is listed there. http://www.mit.edu
 For undergraduate, it would boost your success if you were a legacy (like a parent went there). You have to be rich. Your grades have to be excellent (duh) because they read applicants like papers. You have to do a lot of outstanding stuff. Perhaps play like 10 musical instruments, a leader of a sports team (has to be an American sport or popular sport, if it is something like Iaido or Chi-gong, they won't recognize it). You also will have a better chance if you are American. That's pretty much all I can think of. If you don't believe me look at how some losers like Bush get into Yale. I mean really? Also, if you are not White or Asian, don't think about it.

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Hello Guys,I want to know what is the criteria to enter

Bignum, most of what you wrote is uninformed nonsense. MIT does not give preference to legacies. MIT admissions is independent of financial aid, and they guarantee that any student's "demonstrated financial need is fully met for all four years." MIT has no majority ethnicity, and one-third of its students are not Caucasian-American or Asian-American.

Let me draw everyone's attention to another post of yours:

 Quote by bignum I am actually asking this because next year when I enter first-year university, I am not sure if I want to my AP credits to exempt me from courses.
You are still in high school. If you haven't even gone to college yet yourself, it seems rather premature to be telling other people about the ins and outs of college admissions.
 Recognitions: Gold Member You can get into any school you want if you are persistent enough and willing to work hard to get your grades up. Other than that, the only person stopping you from getting in is you. I've been accepted to 2 Ivy League schools and chose to attend neither because of the cost. The one private university I did attend taught me the importance of self study and now I am back at a public college and couldn't be happier.
 They judge you based off (in order of what I perceive to be most to least important - I've spent a lot of time worrying about applications process so there is at least some truth here) with, Standardized test scores, your resume (which includes publications, lab work, research, etc.), letter of recommendation, GPA. They get about a million applications a year and accept like 20 of them so you need to, - Memorize any sort of formula that might possibly be relevant to a standardized test. - Work on developing your standardized test taking skills as if you were working on your football skills for the purpose of getting into the NFL. - Obviously keep your GPA above at least a 3.8 or so. - Get published, multiple times if possible and better yet as first author. - Do an REU every summer, and be a lab assistant in the school year. - Convince someone to write a letter of recommendation for you saying that you'll be the next Einstein.
 passion, That's what I think every person at MIT has.
 THANK you guys. IT helped a lot. Actually I am a student from India studying in grade 10.I am an NTSE(National talent search examination) scholar.It is the most prestiged scholarhip among students. After schooling almost all students here who want to take up engineering five the IIT-JEE(Indian Institute of Technology-Joint Entrance Exam).It is the best college for engineering in India. But I want to pursue for MIT cause i have heard that teaching there is just based on conceptual knowledge and thats what I want. So what do I do after 12 grade to join MIT?

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 Quote by jontyjashan So what do I do after 12 grade to join MIT?