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Chance a Transfer Student!!!

ApplemilkApplemilk Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
edited August 2010 in The College of New Jersey
Hello I am currently a freshman BMB major at Gettysburg College.

HS GPA:>4.0
Rank:Top Ten Students and I believe #3
Senior Classes: AP Spanish, AP History, AP Calc, AP Bio, AP Physics, AP English
Founder of Waksman Student Scholars Club (Biology Program at Rutgers) - Crowning achievement
President of National Honors Society
Treasurer of Mu Alpha Theta
Member of Spanish Honors Society
Quill & Scroll (Literary Honors Society)
Participated in Moody's Math Challenge and received Participation award
Habitat for Humanity
Local Academic Meets
Presidential Excellence Award


SAT
1920(1300 w/o writing)
SAT II
US History 660
Bio 650
Math I 640
Essay: My essay was pretty much about admitting my mistakes during the application process (applying to too many ivys and such)

I applied to the following programs:
1. Biology
2. Computer Science

I sent my app for spring semester and I really want to transfer. I was just wondering my my chances look like. I know that the bio program is competitive but i just really wanna get in this school so how does computer science look for me?
Post edited by Applemilk on

Replies to: Chance a Transfer Student!!!

  • ApplemilkApplemilk Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    I also forgot to add:
    Editor for School Website
    Won Student of the Month Multiple Times
    Key Club Member
    Founder and VP of Model UN
    Tutored Math Students
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