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Chance me for Brown!

mgabirmgabir Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
edited October 2012 in Brown University
ACT: 30 (24 32 31 33), 30 (33, 29, 29, 29) Writing: 10 (superscore 32)
AP tests: Gov (5), USH (3), Calc AB (5)
SAT II Subjects: Math II: 660, Bio M: 670, Taking it again

Senior Courseload: Anatomy and Physiology Honors, Physics Honors, AP Chemistry, AP Statistics, AP Language and Composition

Class Rank: 1/627 (public HS)
GPA: 4.0 Unweighted 4.63 Weighted

Activities:
Club Soccer (Four years, Player)
HOSA (One year, Vice President)
Model UN (One year, competitor)
National Honor Society (Two years, member)
Muslim Student Association (Three years, Vice President)
High School Soccer (Three years, member)
High School Soccer manager (one year) (I didn’t make varisty so I helped the team out to stay involved)

Community Service:
National Honor Society (around 45hrs)
Project Cure (30 hours)

Work Experience:
Did an internship at immunology office (first non-medical student)

Awards:
Outstanding Participant in National Achievement Program (Top 3% in Nation on PSAT), AP Scholar, HOSA State Conference (1st, 2nd , 3rd in 3 competitions, qualified for nationals in all three), Student of the Year, Academic Letter, Outstanding Internship achievement, Graduating with Honors

Ethnicity: African American
Gender: Male
Family Income: 100k -150k
Residence: Colorado
Teacher Recs: One phenomenal and other good
Essays: Edited by 2 Harvard Alumni

I am interested in Pre-Medicine and I'm think about getting a major in Neuroscience or something close. Thanks!
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Replies to: Chance me for Brown!

  • ellassantaellassanta Registered User Posts: 48 Junior Member
    No one really knows what goes on in the admissions decisions, especially with admission rates under 10%, but you're a qualified applicant, especially as valedictorian and a URM, and having a 4.0 GPA. Good luck.
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