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It kind of does because I read articles about how people who were virtually president of everything, perfect grades, valedictorian, class president, and a few billion hours of volunteer work applied to Ivies and got rejected.
I find it intriguing that any high schooler can even reach differential equations and Post AP physics. Can you even take those classes at your HS?
You must be quite a gifted young man.
I wasnt aiming that towards you. Im just ****ed because there are all these kids at school going around like, "Oh i am in this club and that. Just doing this club gets you a 5% better chance into Ivies. I dont care if I dont lke this club or that one, i am just doing it to get into college."
Just putting out there for people like that.
What specifically in math? Business clubs maybe. Do you have FBLA in your school? if not search it and bring it to your school.
If you like math, try looking at Princeton U courses.
It kind of does because I read articles about how people who were virtually president of everything, perfect grades, valedictorian, class president, and a few billion hours of volunteer work applied to Ivies and got rejected. But then there was this kid who wasnt really part of many clubs at all started his own photography business to support his family who got in.
How good are you at swimming? I'd assume you've already considered the possibility of recruitment for swimming in college, so it seems that you are not at Division-I level of ability, nor desire to swim in college (no offense intended with either conclusion.)
Only on this website would you find an applicant as qualified as the OP asking such a dumb question.
How could multiple passions possibly be bad?
Yawn, sorry, but I've never seen you post anything of any value in my life...