|By Nexusgeo (Nexusgeo) on Sunday, August 15, 2004 - 02:16 pm: Edit|
Korean male, moved to the US 4 years ago.
(English is obviously my second language.)
Huge disadvantage of losing grade points
from moving to Texas from New York.
GPA UW: 3.825 W: Not sure
Class rank: Not sure, around top 15-17% of 656
kids in my class.
Taking the most rigorous classes..
AP United States History: 5
AP Biology: 4
AP English Language: 2 (I know.. lol)
AP Calc BC, AP US Govt, AP English Lit,
SAT: 1460 (710v/750m)
Math IC: 730
Math IIC: 750
Biology: 650 (retaking in October)
US History. Writing: taking in october
Weekly visit to Nursing home, over 100 hrs.
Band 4 years, drill member of one of America's top high school marching bands.
JV Soccer, 9th and 10th grades
Y.E.S Program (Youth Expanding Service)
Weekly volunteering at library, over 150 hrs.
National Honor Society
Mu Alpha Theta (math club)
Several math awards
Decent Essays (I hope)
Would like to become a premed student.
What are my chances at:
University of Texas at Austin
Cornell University ED (Reach)
Columbia University ED (Reach)
Or other decent premed colleges that match my
I'd very much appreciate any suggestions.
|By Nexusgeo (Nexusgeo) on Sunday, August 15, 2004 - 02:39 pm: Edit|
|By Ratix (Ratix) on Sunday, August 15, 2004 - 02:43 pm: Edit|
I think you can easily get into Texas and Baylor. Emory too. BTW, how did you study for your verbal SAT? I'm korean male too and I got a 590 on the verbal part of the SAT (720 math).
|By Nexusgeo (Nexusgeo) on Sunday, August 15, 2004 - 07:04 pm: Edit|
|By 80drofnats (80drofnats) on Sunday, August 15, 2004 - 08:05 pm: Edit|
Cornell ED probably in, Columbia ED probably not
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