Hi all! I'm a current junior that is planning on applying ED to Brown in the coming fall.
My SAT score is a 1480. Right now I'm trying to decide if it's worth taking it once again, or should I try taking the ACT? I just really wish it was in the 1500s.
Throughout high school I've taken all honors and AP classes, and I maintain a 4.0 GPA.
AP scores: APUSH (4)
This year I will be taking the AP american government test, the AP Spanish test, and the AP Lang test.
I think right now it seems reasonable to assume I'll get a 4 or 5 on each.
I do online high school in order to pursue ballet pre-professionally at one of the world's best/most reputable ballet schools/companies. I think I am going to go to college instead of becoming a trainee with the company.
internation relations or public policy.
-Ballet Training 24+ hours weekly
-Five week summer courses (some on full scholarship) at places like the School of American Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, San francisco Ballet, and Boston Ballet.
-I've founded and run a website that has readership from more than 50 countries. We also have 25,000 social media followers. I don't want to delve into the details for privacy reasons. The main premise is based on service and education.
- Other local service projects about racism, sexism, etc.
Hooks(?) Lol I don't really want to call it a hook, but I guess my experiences set me apart from other applicants.
I've had some pretty horrific stuff happen to immediate family members. My main essay will probably discuss the impact it has had on my goals for the future. I'll also discuss how, for a large portion of my childhood and early adolescence, I was fully consumed with guilt and struggled with wondering why I was spared.
I'm also likely applying to BC, UNC chapel hill, Vandy, Georgetown, Wesleyan, and maybe Stanford (LOL). This is of course dependent on my Brown results.
Any thoughts on Safety schools would be great.