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SAT: 650 - Math
620 - Reading
520 - Writing
(Yes, my scores were not up there.. but I don't have another chance to take it before the ED deadline for Columbia & I'm re-taking it in November)
Taking the Subject Tests in Math Level 2 & Physics in October.
Cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.7
5 AP's (BC Calculus, Physics, US History, Computer Science, Statistics)
6 Honors (Algebra 2, Functions, Advanced Topics, Chemistry, Physics, Spanish III)
Played the viola for 8 years
Played lacrosse 2 years, 1 year tennis, 1 year soccer, 1 year Track & Field, 1 year field hockey managing (all sports I played on my school team)
Editor of my school's Yearbook
60 hrs of Community Service - Active member of NIH Club for 3 years at my school (we do commity service at the National Institute of Health)
Columbia University - Applying Early Desicion - Father recieved Masters in Business from here
University of Maryland
University of Southern California
I'm applying to study Engineering - so I'm hoping that being a female in engineering will increase my chances.
What do you think ?
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