Small town girl has big city dreams





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Discus: What Are My Chances?: November 2003 Archive: Small town girl has big city dreams
By G0ldiel0xx (G0ldiel0xx) on Tuesday, November 11, 2003 - 11:54 am: Edit

Do I have a shot? I am applying to Fordham University, Barnard College, New York University, Columbia University and Cornell University. I'm not reallying interested in Cornell, but my parents really want me to attend and ivy league school. I know my test scores aren't even close to what they should be for ivy league schools.. but, I'm working on them. I have applied ed to NYU's Business School (Stern). Here are my stats:

ACT: 28 (31E, 31M, 26R, 22S)--> will take again
GPA: 4.33
Rank: 14/630
- will receive SAT in a couple weeks
- will take SATII's in December

EC's
Varsity Lacrosse - 3 years
JV/Competition Cheerleading - 2 years (captain)
- 8 + years experience, 5 years as Captain
Dance - 1 year
- 13+ years experience in tap, ballet, jazz,
character, lyrical, and pointe
- "pass-plus" in Royal Academy of Dance
Gymnastics - 2 years
- 8+ years experience
Spanish Club - 4 years
- member of activities committee
- 80+ hrs. volunteering teaching young children
Spanish
Latin Club/JCL - 2 years
- Certamin Team: 2nd place PAJCL state
competition
- Maxima Cum Laude/Silver Medal in National
Latin Exam
- Corona Oliva in Medusa Myth. Exam
- 3rd place/honorable mention artwork at PAJCL
state convention
- 2 time PAJCL delegate
- National Latin Honor Society
French Club - 1 year
SADD - 4 years
FBLA - 1 year
National Honor Society - 4 years
- Service/Pin for Outstanding Community Service
- member of Caring Angels Committee

Awards:
Who's Who Among American High School Students
Outstanding Student of America
National Honor Roll
The National Society of High School Scholars
6 Academic Achievement Awards
All "A's" Honor Roll

By Clickspring (Clickspring) on Tuesday, November 11, 2003 - 12:30 pm: Edit

If you can raise your ACT say 4 points, you'd have a decent chance. Don't include Who's Who or National Honor Roll on awards though, they're scams


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