|By Surfinsofa (Surfinsofa) on Thursday, September 23, 2004 - 06:26 pm: Edit|
hi! I am a junior and I just want to know where is stand..i'm considering Columbia, Carnegie Mellon, Brandeis, Wesleyan, maybe Boston U.
I know some (or most) are reaches, but i just want to know whether or not I should bother looking in to those colleges any more.
I'm also open to any suggestions
Im also prettuy sure I want to major in either physics or neuroscience, so any school with a good program in either one of those is good...
here are my stats:
SAT- expecting high 1400's (will colleges accept the old SAT score?)
biology- 670 (will retake)
math iic- 770
gpa- 3.9 (unweighted)
approx. rank- within top 15 in class of about 800
AP's- haven't taken the tests yet, but will take for US History, Calculus BC, English 11 & 12, Economics, US Government, Spanish, Biology
-jv track- 2 years
-lacrosse- 3 yrs
-interact club- volunteered at a lot of events through club
-hospital volunteer- total is about 160 hrs
-library volunteer over summer- about 30 hrs
-volunteer assistant teacher at sunday school
-tutor elementary school kids once a week
-co-founder and secretary of religious youth group
-member of high school symphony and chamber conssort(selective group)
|By Jarell14 (Jarell14) on Thursday, September 23, 2004 - 07:21 pm: Edit|
I think your class has to take the new one which is supposed to be a lot harder. Good luck.
|By Pedro7487 (Pedro7487) on Thursday, September 23, 2004 - 09:02 pm: Edit|
Yeah, you'll take the new one. In reality, nothing will really change, it's actually better for you. Rather than being forced to take the SAT I and SAT II in Writing, they'll all be together. Save you the time and test dates for other things.
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