A study published in the Journal of Religious Education found that, in some colleges, students were more likely to earn a religious science degree than others.

The study was based on responses from more than 2,000 students at 13 public Christian schools in Pennsylvania.

The schools were ranked based on the number of students who were admitted to the school’s Religious Science program in each year of the study.

The results showed that religious science programs are not more selective when it comes to who gets into a religious school.

Overall, about one-third of students in the program were accepted to Catholic or Orthodox schools.

About 13 percent were accepted into private Christian schools, and 6 percent were admitted into Protestant schools.

“In some cases, schools that had higher admissions rates for religious science students were also more selective about who received religious education,” wrote the researchers, who did not disclose the schools that participated in the study, or the number that they enrolled.

The researchers found that students who received a religious education degree had a lower chance of being accepted into colleges and universities, while those who received science degrees had a higher chance of getting into them.

The findings suggest that a high school diploma is not a guarantee of admission to a religious college or university, the authors wrote.

A religious science education degree may be better for you if it prepares you for life after high school.

It also may help you prepare for your religious career.

If a religious arts degree prepares you to be a lawyer or doctor, or if a religious humanities degree prepares your to be an artist, a religion science degree is a valuable option for you, the researchers said.

However, students who are not religious have higher odds of being admitted to a college or universities.