|By Chemkid2 (Chemkid2) on Sunday, November 30, 2003 - 12:51 pm: Edit|
White girl from New Jersey, Jewish parochial HS
SATs- 1490 (700 math, 790 verbal)
IIs- 710 Lit,730 Writing,770 Chem
GPA- about a 92 with 6 AP courses (max we can take in total, no weighting or ranking in HS)
APs- 5s on all taken (chem, us history and euro)
ECs- captain of trivia team for the past 3 years, captain mock trial, editor in chief of newspaper, over 300 community service hours in a youth tutoring center since 9th grade, choirs (planning on sending a recording of me singing)
|By Columbiastudent (Columbiastudent) on Sunday, November 30, 2003 - 01:57 pm: Edit|
From what I can tell,your stats are certainly Columbia-par...but at this level, the issue isn't whether you've scored above a certain percentile on your SATs, it's what the Columbia admissions staff thinks that you could possibly contribute, as a unique individual, to the college itself.
Seeing as how what's looked for is changed on a yearly basis, it ain't worth it to worry about whether you'll get in at this point. You've done all that you've possibly can and certainly well enough to be a serious candidate ;)
|By Yalie08 (Yalie08) on Sunday, November 30, 2003 - 02:15 pm: Edit|
What were ur stats, Dan?
|By Columbiastudent (Columbiastudent) on Sunday, November 30, 2003 - 02:55 pm: Edit|
Heh, just about the same stats as most of the kids who post on this board, nothing outrageously great.
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