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UMich (Ross Business School Pre-Admit) Transfer to Brown Chances?

JE9996JE9996 Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
Hi everyone,

I'm currently a rising sophomore at University of Michigan (Ross Pre-Admit) and I'm looking to transfer to Brown for the Fall 2016 Semester. Please let me know what my chances are and what I could potentially improve on. Thanks!

Academics:

College GPA: 3.84/4.00 (Pre-Business Courses)
High School GPA: 3.73/4.00 (Unweighted, Top 20% of Class)
High School: One of the Top NY Prep Schools
SAT: 2210

Extracurricular Activities:
College-
Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) Fraternity-Brother (1 year)
Future Business Leaders of America-Member (1 year)
Entrepreneur & Venture Club-Member (1 year)


High School Activities:
FLBA (President, 4 years total)
Varsity Lacrosse (2 Year Captain, 4 years total)
Varsity Football (1 Year Captain, 3 years total)
Model UN (Vice President, 4 years total)


Awards/Recognition:

High School Cum Laude
AP Scholar with Honors
National Merit Commended
National Honors Society
$22,000 Scholarship (Per year)



Work Experience:

Wells Fargo-Wealth Management (Summer Intern 2015)
Entrepreneur: Made about $25,000 from self-started enterprise (from 2011-2014)


Other Info:

State: NY
Financial Aid: None Needed
Legacy: None

Replies to: UMich (Ross Business School Pre-Admit) Transfer to Brown Chances?

  • thumper1thumper1 Registered User Posts: 63,514 Senior Member
    The SAT you have posted her was taken during college. Colleges look at SAT scores taken PRE college. So your 2100 SAT is what will be used.
  • EndlessHeartacheEndlessHeartache Registered User Posts: 51 Junior Member
    You might want to look into and consider if your past courses have been similar to the BEO major at Brown and consider how many credits you might be losing as a transfer. Brown's "business" major is also not that typical, so it might help to clarify why their program suits you better than your current one
  • YankxyYankxy Registered User Posts: 48 Junior Member
    I might be going to UMich and I also plan on transferring to Brown!!! plz let me know how it worked out for you
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