I'm just curious as to what types of students are generally being admitted to Case, as they seem to have a unique application/admission rate
SAT: 2000 (710 M, 620 CR, 670 W)
GPA: 3.7(UW) 4.7(W)
Rank: Not sure but i think really bad
4 years of soccer(3 Varsity) and 4 years of wrestling
maryland distinguished alumni
a couple random clubs
volunteer at hospital
SAT: 2090 (720 M, 700 CR, 670 W)
GPA: 4.0 UW, 4.125 W
ECs: Science Research in Genetics lab at Case, Equinox Summer Program @ Case (genetics class), NHS, Future Leaders, 4-H, National Merit Finalist, Mini Medical School, Academic awards
I was fairly disappointed with Case's scholarship offer. It's not going to cost me that much more to go to my first choice school (Vanderbilt).
Location: cuddled on a oxygen atom in a water molecule
SAT: 1850 (610cr, 630w, 610m) first time/1870 (670cr, 620w, 580m)
ACT: 28 (science-27, math-25, english-26, reading-34, essay-8)
Rank: don't know exact, but 20%
ECs: a few things at church, 2 years of JV lacrosse, few meaningless clubs,
Other stats: AP Chem (5), AP US Hist (4), taking AP Physics, AP Calc BC, AP English, and AP Spanish
Extracirriculars: Speech & Debate (3 years, varsity+ officer, state-level debate, national alternate); NHS (3 years, secretary, director of multiple fundraisers); Academic Team (4 years, varsity, conference champs); Band, Marching Band, Clarinet (4 years, went to Midwest Clinic, Semis at Grand Nationals, state contest every year)
Yeah, Case's Merit Scholarships are very specific down to SAT scores and class rank, etc. I think the reason I didn't get the one I expected to get because of my SAT scores—not bad, by any means, just not outstanding.
I thought they would, being in the Midwest, but with my ACT score, I don't know what would have prevented me from getting the highest merit scholarship. Compared to my friends who did get that scholarship, my ACT was either the same or even higher, but my SAT scores were about 100-200 pts down =/
You win some, you lose some. But I basically have full tuition to case, or close to it.
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[ *] SAT: 2100 760M 690V 650W
[ *] SAT IIs: 770 CHem 740 US Hist 690 Math IIC
[ *] GPA: 3.9 uw 4.1 w
[ *] Rank: N/A top 10% for sure, maybe top 5%
[ *] Other stats: 5 AP Chem 4 AP US Hist. 34 ACT: 32 Eng 34 Mth 36 Read 33 Sci, 10 Seasons of Sports, 6 Varsity Letters, 4 in swimming, 2 in football, one year as Swim Team Captain
I also recieved a President's Scholarship of $20,800 a year
- SAT: 2190 700M 750V 740W
- SAT IIs: hahha not so good....should've studied more but w/e. 750 Bio, 650 Math IIC
- GPA: 3.75 uw don't weight in our school
- Rank: N/A in NJ school. top 10% approx prolly tho
- Other stats: 5 AP Bio 4 AP US Hist (self-studied) 30 ACT: 35 Math ...30-31 in other sections..not so good in science-25). Did various clubs in school like FBLA-won sum awards. Model UN, NHS, treasurer of astronomy club, etc. Volunteered in local hospital. Traveled to 19 countries...and last summer, in India volunteered in school for underprivileged children and shadowed doctors.
I also received a Presidental Scholarship of $20,800 a year as well.
SAT - 2120 (m-680, v-670, w-770)
SAT IIs - sucked these up -- Math IC - 700, Math IIC - 650, Chem -590
rank - school doesnt officially rank but prob somewhere in top 15% of a grade of 60
ECs - tooo many to list!!!
SAT: 2340 (800CR, 800W, 740M)
SAT II: 730 Lit, 670M IIC (should have studied more)
rank- school does not weight rankings, so mine appears very poor due to a large number of slackers in my school...in top 15, but realistically much higher
ECs- Eagle Scout, Classical Piano since age 5, HS Chess team (state champs for 2006!), Varsity Crew, etc...