|By Wizkid (Wizkid) on Tuesday, January 06, 2004 - 01:01 pm: Edit|
hey..i was wondering if any could give a realistic estimate of my chances at the following places:
Upenn, Stanford, Dartmouth, Columbia, Brown, MIT, Middlebury, UChicago and Williams.
SAT 1 - 1450 (670 V, 780 M)
SAT 2's - writing 730
maths IIC 800
Apart from that...i gave my Olevels and AS levels and got straight A's (10 A's in Olevels and 4 A's in AS levels)
lots of ECs
-distinction in Euclid maths quiz by Univ of Waterloo- Canada
-distinction in english, science and maths exams by univ of new south wales- australia
-runners up at science fair at the International Schools Educational Olympiad.
-Tennis champion in school 2001, 2003
-Tennis team captain
-Captain of school's cricket and soccer teams
-House Captain 2001-2002 (School Team Captain)
-Student Council member 2001-2002 (student government)
-Internship at ABN Amro Bank for one month in the summer of 2003
-Editor of school yearbook and science magazine
-Community service for a local N.G.O.
-member of school's economics and debates society
-nominee for debates club by school faculty
-Loads of certificates of merit in Geography, History, Physics, Chemistry, Bio.
My school does not have a ranking system or GPA, however according to my school report book...i lie somewhere in the top 5% of all students...(240 students)...though this info wont go to the colleges
Plz gimme a realistic assessment of my chances...
oh yeah..i'll be asking for some financial aid...about half of the total fees
|By Wizkid (Wizkid) on Tuesday, January 06, 2004 - 01:18 pm: Edit|
i'm giving the following APs/A-level subjects
Physics, chemistry, economics and maths
and ive got great teacher recs and good essays
oh yeah...is it ok to send in more than 2 teacher recs to a university..or will they just gett pissed off with the extra stuff?
|By Wizkid (Wizkid) on Wednesday, January 07, 2004 - 09:32 am: Edit|
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