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kevster1001kevster1001 Registered User Posts: 2,559 Senior Member
edited January 2008 in Boston University
•CA Resident / Asian American
•GPA: 3.4UW/3.6W (approximates)
•Rank: School doesn’t rank
•Very competitive Public school (No.1 in District, one of the 21 Public Elites according to Newsweek)
•Class size: ~550

•SAT: 2060 (650 M, 800 W (12 essay), 610 CR)
•SAT 2: Spanish Language: 760
U.S. History: 650

EC’s:

•Aid for Africa (11-12): Publicist. I was elected as a Publicist when the club first started in my Junior year. I am responsible for creating club flyers, planning for the Club Fair and other fundraising events, and creating designs for club t-shirts.
•Amnesty International (11-12): Member.
•Church Homeless Ministry (11-12): Volunteer. I have multiple responsibilities, including tables/chairs preparation, food distribution, serving coffee, and singing in the choir.
•City's Open Space Nature Preserve (Summer 2006): Volunteer. I mainly worked on trail maintenance and administrative work.
•Tutoring (9): I tutored elementary kids around my neighborhood in Guatemala.
•Soccer instructor (9): I taught soccer to elementary kids around my neighborhood in Guatemala.

Awards:

•Principal’s Honor Roll

Recs:

•Counselor –good. I know her very well.
•English teacher – good. Had her for junior year and have her now too. She knows me well too, academically and personally.

•I lived in Guatemala for about 14 years. I moved to the U.S. for 10th grade. I realized that my current school’s curriculum is way harder/stronger than that of the school I attended back in Guatemala. Although not a straight A’s student, I tried my best to pull a decent GPA while adapting to my new life in the US.


Any input will be greatly appreciated.
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