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chanchitochanchito Registered User Posts: 126 Junior Member
edited August 2005 in Brown University
For regular decision, what are my chances?

SAT: 2230 (660M, 770CR, 800W), will retake in Nov
SAT IIs: 800 US, 800 Lit, 800 French
Rank: 1/72
Other stats: national merit semi-finalist
APs: I'm taking every single one my school offers
AP US- 5
AP Spanish Lang- 5
Currently taking:
Biology, French, Literature, Calculus AB, European History

ECs: piano, have played 10 years and will make a CD to send in.

Summer: I attended the Missouri Scholars Academy (like a government school). I also did the Explo program at Yale and took a class for college credit at William and Mary in which I got an A.

Awards: I have won first place in the National French contest (regionally) in 2003, 2004, and 2005. In 2004, I was also 1st nationally.
Also, I won first place in the National Spanish Exam (bilingual section) in 2005.

I'm international, (Peru); I moved here when I was 5. Do I count as URM if I'm not a US citizen?

From: St. Louis, Missouri
School Type:Private
Ethnicity: South American
Gender: Female
major strength/weakness:
Post edited by chanchito on

Replies to: Chances?

  • MeatMountainMeatMountain Registered User Posts: 95 Junior Member
    well, statistically you've got the credentials, but you don't seem to be doing anything other than playing piano and doing that government thing over the summer.

    however, judging from the fact that you got an 800 on the writing (youre just the 2nd person other than myself whom ive seen ace that section), i'm sure you can whip up an enticing essay.

    good luck!

    oh yeah and I would imagine that even if you aren't a citizen you count as a URM. if you're still confused, just become a citizen? although im not sure how hard that is.
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