|By Bubbloy (Bubbloy) on Sunday, April 04, 2004 - 03:49 am: Edit|
i got into the ISEF this year as a junior along with some corporation awards for the research. how does ISEF qualifier and when i medal at the ISEF, how does MIT admit look on this.
|By Emperoriv (Emperoriv) on Wednesday, April 07, 2004 - 10:45 pm: Edit|
NOT good apparently, i got 4th as a junior and i represented my country, and I was rejected by MIT... but if u get the chairman's award, it might be a different story...
|By Collegeboarders (Collegeboarders) on Thursday, April 08, 2004 - 01:53 am: Edit|
If you have an ISEF "grand prize," I think that certainly gives you a pretty significant boost over candidates who have no such International/National level awards. However, I think a lot also depends on what category tho. I got an ISEF medal in Engineering... probably more appealing to MIT/Caltech than a Gerontology winner.. y'know?
I think that your paper will have a pretty big impact - this way they can clearly see what it was that you did and you can demonstrate that you can author a technical paper. So, my advice is -- make sure you write a paper on your project (no need for publication or anything although that would be a MAJOR plus) and also try to submit it to STS and/or Siemens. That also tells them about your capabilities as a researcher in traditional sense (do research, write paper... repeat cycle).
|By Emperoriv (Emperoriv) on Friday, April 09, 2004 - 11:40 am: Edit|
I going to the Canadian national fair this year instead of ISEF...more money
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