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Chance a friend?

MarieTudorMarieTudor Registered User Posts: 22 New Member
edited January 2010 in College of William and Mary
So my best friend applied to William and Mary, and I thought I should post her stats and see what you all think.

Ethnicity: African American
Gender: Female
Location: Rural Virginia
GPA: 3.55W (bad, we know)
SATs: 1980/2400
Intended Major: Neuroscience

Editor of School Literary Magazine
Vice-President of Historical Society
President of Creative Writing
Quill and Scroll (a writing honor society)
President of Thespian Honor Society
Captain of Debate Team
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Replies to: Chance a friend?

  • MarieTudorMarieTudor Registered User Posts: 22 New Member
    I forgot to add her AP classes

    APs: 10 (Biology, Art History, World History, US History, English Lang, English Lit, Government, Calculus, Physics, Psychology)
  • Here_to_HelpHere_to_Help Registered User Posts: 734 Member
    The numbers are low but the ECs and classes seem strong. What are the individual SATs because W&M doesn't really look at writing (last I checked) and that may have a big impact. I'd say it could go either way.
  • MarieTudorMarieTudor Registered User Posts: 22 New Member
    she had a 700 CR, 680M, and 600W.
  • W&M AdmissionW&M Admission College Rep Posts: 2,321 Senior Member
    Looks like your friend is certainly someone William & Mary would consider. The selective nature of W&M means that not every great applicant is admitted but certainly your friend has good SATs, classes, and extracurricular involvements. It's in her best interests (especially if she's doing well) to send her first semester grades when they become available.
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