Hello. I'm Freshman in UCLA and need your help to find schools.
I want to study Art History or IR(International Relations) as a major and
my dream schools are now Wellesley and Barnard. I also think about NYU as
an art history major... Please chance me!
Status : International student (non-financial aid)
School : UCLA
Major : Pre - IDS(International Development Studies)
minor : think about art history or Chinese.
High School GPA : about 3.5 (but only for two years. I went to another school in Korea that didn't have American GPA system..however my score was on the upward tendency)
SAT : 2100 (600/800/700)
SAT2 : Math2 / Japanese / Chinese
Available Languages : Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese, French (unfortunately French is only for reading writing & listening)
-Participate Art Exhibition (Asian art)
-School Orchestra (First Clarinet)
-Editor in School magazine (leader at last year)
-Campaign for Environment (leader - I started)
-Volunteer activities in hospital
-Teaching Assistant work in high school (well, my school had such kind of system)
-Teaching part time job (English & Japanese)
-Volunteer translating work in organization for help kids in troubled region
-Sports athlete (sprinter) - won bronze medal
-A few writing awards (contest for students - about 7 awards)
(Except part time job / MUN / MG20, others are at least for 2 years)
-French Language Club
-Japanese culture club
-Organization for Rights for North Korea
Classes in this quarter : Modern History, History seminar about 16th century, Geography, and 'practice discussion class' for foreign students.
If I get a good college GPA, does it possible to get into those schools?
(Wellesley - IR major, Barnard - Art History major, NYU - Art History major<maybe>)
Also, I want to hear some school recommendations from you
But I prefer schools in Boston or NYC.