Heavily considering EDing to Brown
Indian Male high income dude from west coast state (not California) that is kind of underrepresented but not really. Elite private school, second in state, 67th in the nation (or around there). Classes are difficult af,
GPA: 95/100 UW & 3.9 UW. No weighted gpa and no rank. However, the highest GPA in the graduating class above me was 97/100, so I am definitely up there. Class of 70 or so students.
APs: Freshman year - none (school doesnt allow)
Sophomore - Comp Sci A (5) (only 1 allowed sophomore year)
Junior - Spanish Lang and English Lang (both pending) (opted to take two instead of three, which is the max anyone can take in a given year
Senior - Chem, Spanish Lit, Calc AB, Micro (taking 4 to make up for junior year)
Overall a very rigorous curriculum for my school.
SAT: 1530 22 essay retaking in October
ACT: 34 9 essay retaking in September
SAT 2: math 2 770, lit pending. Retaking both plus physics in August.
I know I’m taking a crapton of tests.
Intended major (concentration): unsure, English or something of that nature
Editor in chief of schools Yearbook committee (4 yrs)
President of admissions student ambassador program (4 yrs)
President of social justice Club at school that has received citywide recgnition for a few productions. Annual assemblies, workshops and the like. Service projects (4 yrs)
President of Aerospace Engineering club (2 yrs)
Founded an online magazine that takes submissions from students near the end of junior year. Decent amount of viewers (2 yrs)
Played badminton for 10 years, nationally ranked, gold player, play in tournaments across the nation, invitationals although my ranking isn’t high enough to be that impressive, coach young players at a local clinic.
I serve on my city's government as a member of its youth council (4 yrs)
Played piano for 15 years, lessons, play in churches, school performances, and the like. Basic stuff.
Volunteer at local nonprofit twice a week. Tutoring Low income children. Have over a 100 hours while my school only requires 50 to graduate (2 yrs)
Summer: Oxford tradition program at Oxford university, studying journalism and psychology (10th)
internship for the largest circulated English newspaper in India (11th). Published plenty of articles and blog posts under their banner. The paper is a big deal over in India
Internship for congresswoman from my state starting junior year and into senior year. She has recently been getting a lot of national and international attention and has been making alot of waves. (2 yrs)
Awards (lol): AP Scholar, National Merit Commended, Oxford Tradition Journalism Award. pretty laughable
Recs: English and calc teachers plus the editor of the newspaper I am interning at who used to be a Harvard professor.