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Some queries - Plzz answer

badman89badman89 Registered User Posts: 694 Member
edited October 2006 in College Admissions
Okay first question: when i wrote the SAT, i had the score reports sent to 7 colleges, now i've decided there are other colleges that i want to apply to also... how do i send score reports?
If i can send the score reports on my own... isn't it kind of pointless to have them sent automatically after the exam? i mean isn't it better if you send the scores that you want to send (The good ones) rather than all of them?... if possible that is

One more thing: i'm an international applicant applying for admission in Fall2007, but i've already completed high-school (didn't apply last yr. due to family problem). Does this make me ineligible anywhere (Below theres a list of colleges im applying to), and will this affect my admission chances?
because my GPA, rank, Sats, Ecs, reccos, everything else is great.

Colleges i'm applying to:
Harvard
Princeton
Yale
Columbia
UPenn
Cornell
Duke
Stanford
UCLA
UCBerkeley
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Replies to: Some queries - Plzz answer

  • Mountain DewMountain Dew - Posts: 359 Member
    whoa, do u even have a safety school?

    u are applying to a lot of very selective schools.
  • badman89badman89 Registered User Posts: 694 Member
    Well... no
    I'm only applying to colleges i really want to go to.....If i'm rejected from all 10 of them, i'll study in university in my country.

    You didn't answer my question !!!!!!!!!!!!
  • jdhutchinjdhutchin Registered User Posts: 320 Member
    You can do it from the College Board's website. Having a year off won't make you inelegable anywhere that I know of. Most apps have a place for "if you took a year off, what have you done", so you should explain your circumstances there.
  • badman89badman89 Registered User Posts: 694 Member
    As far as i know (i read it on the website), in columbia university i am not eligible to apply to columbia college. It is clearly stated on the website that the "school of general studies" is for students who have had a break of a year or more in their education since high school.
    Thats why i asked the question.
    I'd like it if someone could clarify this for me.........
  • badman89badman89 Registered User Posts: 694 Member
    bump............
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