|By Ggas1785 (Ggas1785) on Friday, March 14, 2003 - 06:22 pm: Edit|
1260 on SAT I (640M,620V)
670 Writing 660 Math IC 650 Spanish
100 hours of community service in an impoverished day care.
Commute to wealthy suburban school from a low income neighborhood in boston.
3.54 GPA (unweighted) 3.75 (Weighted)
Number of honors courses increases each year.
2 AP classes (AB Calc and AP Spanish) (my school does not offer AP in the humanities.)
|By Bizman (Bizman) on Friday, March 14, 2003 - 08:02 pm: Edit|
Not very good.
|By Rohitram01 (Rohitram01) on Tuesday, March 18, 2003 - 12:17 am: Edit|
this might not be that bad. If you are an international student (or something like that - I see you are a minority), chances are a little higher. I know a person who got in with 1250 into NYU (but she was the salutatorian). But it's worth a shot. Believe my try and fail. It's definitely worth it. Strange things happen all the time. Someone got into Harvard with a 1170. Seriously, you have a pretty good chance.
|By Dwaynehoover (Dwaynehoover) on Tuesday, March 18, 2003 - 12:52 am: Edit|
You have a good chance, and just a reminder to everybody on this forum, stop saying like, "well i knew a person who went to [generic ivy league school] with a 1100" or something like "i know lots of people who got rejected from [generic ivy league school] with 1500's" because we all know that SAT's are not the sole gauge of our abilities.
So,Ggas, you are qualified for NYU, the question is whether or not you will prove fortunate at the game of "Admissions roulette" (it really is a gamble with these schools).
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