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Government at Cornell

NatalyaBobertoNatalyaBoberto Registered User Posts: 170 Junior Member
edited March 2005 in Cornell University
Hey guys...I'm waiting for my Cornell decision to come up next week, and I absolutely love everything I hear about the school and its government program. However, I visited during the summer, and I didn't get to sit in on a Gov't class. Can anyone give me some more insight? Also, for those who were accepted ED for Government, what were your stats?

Oh well, I'll just post mine and see if I have a chance...

ACT:32 (33 Eng, 35 Math, 33 Reading, 27 Sci)
SAT II's: Math IIC: 780, Writing: 720, World History: 710
AP's Taken: US History: 5, Eng. Language: 4
10 total AP Courses taken, A's in all of them
Here's the problem: 3.4 UW GPA (Freshman year was bad)

Founder and President of Model UN for 3 years
Club Field Hockey for 4 years
Internship at Chamber of Commerce
School Musical
Amnesty international

Awards: plenty of MUN Awards, Language Awards, National Merit Commended

Thanks in advance.
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