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I have made JMU chance me threads so many times. And although I have a fairly good idea of what my chances are right now, making these threads makes me feel like I'm doing something instead of sitting around anxiously waiting to be rejected. So humor me. Please. I am pulling my hair out.
GPA: Unknown at this time, but it will definetely be above a 3.5
Class Rank: Top 25%
AP Test Scores:
-AP English Language: 3 (Not the best but there were difficulties with the testing area so we didn't finish)
-23/28 credits are A's and B's. So that 82% of my work that has yielded an A or a B.
-I have taken 6 APs (AP English Lang, AP U.S. History, AP Psychology, AP English Lit, AP Government, and AP Statistics) and the rest are Honors.
-I have taken 4 years of Science (3 lab sciences), 4 years of History/ Social Studies, 5 years of Math, 4 years of Spanish, 2 years of Gym, 4 years of Creative Electives, 1 year of Community Service Elective, and 1 year of an Academic Elective (AP Psych)
-I will be recieving an Advanced Diploma
-Theatre* (Musicals, Plays, Crew)
-Key Club* (Officer)
-Student Government Association*
-Mentoring* (Mentor/ Tutor Freshmen)
-Spirit Squad (Cheer at games)
*'s mean I had to audition/ apply/ or be invited into the club based on talent or academic merit
-2 Core Value Awards (Honesty and Accountability)
-Spanish Achievement Award
-Invitation/ Acceptance into Beta Club
-Acceptance into the Mentoring Program
-I have written an article for a national magazine
-I have done over 100 hours of community service
Intended Major: English
The admissions officer who came to my school said that they weren't looking at GPA this year because it's too subjective to the school and how they decide to calculate it. So other than my GPA how am I shaping up?