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Chance me for Columbia ED 2023

horncollegehorncollege 24 replies15 threads Junior Member
I think I want to apply to Columbia ED 2023 and don't know if I'd get in. Sorry if there's no way I can get in and I just have an inflated ego
Objective: I don't know what I exactly want to major in, but if I went to Columbia, I'd either do neuroscience and behavioral studies, psychology, or poli sci! I want to go to law school and be a medical malpratice/ mass tort lawyer.


SAT I: not taking
ACT: 32 (33 English, 31 Math, 30 Reading, 33 Science) (This will be going up at least one point)
SAT II: not taking
weighted GPA (out of 100) 95 (upward trend)
Unweighted GPA (out of 100) 93.5 (upward trend)
Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): Unranked
AP (place score in parenthesis): Including senior year APS: AP LANG, APUSH, AP CHEM, AP LIT, AP GOV, (AP BIO OR AP PHYSICS), AP CALC AB, AP SPANISH
Major Awards: nothing major, gone to state every year on the horn, member of youth symphony, at least 1x national champion brass band member, does favorite child count?
Subjective:


Extracurriculars (place leadership in parenthesis): Tri-M honors society (Chance of being President), 4 years of band (Chance of being President), School Leader (won't know exact role yet) , Catholic School Gay, will be in NHS and Science NHS, started a staff interview column for our website, going to create a mock trial club
Job/Work Experience: A LOT! (I have to pay for my gas) Baseball fields, age 15 (left at end of season). Panera, ~ 11 months (Quit because scheduling became a MESS and I already have a busy schedule), Local ice cream place, ~ one month (Unprofessional), Target: about 1 month so far, I'm planning on staying even after high school if I can
Volunteer/Community service: Will have about 200 hours done at local youth court and truancy panels, also will become a part of a victim assistance project.
Summer Activities: Travelling to Austria with a local youth symphony.
Essays: Obviously not written yet, but I have a good idea about what I want to write about and I'm confident in my writing abilities, might talk about how I used to feel a desire to not fit the stereotype of being gay but now I embrace it.
Teacher Recommendation: They will be excellent, even though my grades aren't as perfect as my friends (I'm talking over 100 gaps, thank god my school does not rank), I pride myself on having really strong relationships with teachers and actually being friends with them.
Counselor Rec: This is iffy, do not talk to my counselor a lot


Other


State (if domestic applicant): Kansas
School Type: Private School
Ethnicity: White
Gender: Male
Income Bracket: $200,000+
Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): Gay (I'm just gonna be blunt about it on here), Play the French horn (I know this does NOT account for much, but I'm good and planning on obtaining a concentration in music if accepted), I'm a good person? Should I tell them I own a meme page on Instagram that has 13k followers (I post appropriate stuff so it would be ok if they found it)
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  • taylormarie01taylormarie01 8 replies0 threads New Member
    edited December 2017
    Hey guys, I am currently a junior and Columbia is my dream school. A lot of my friends (that are seniors) are getting their notices from colleges this week and it is making me more anxious and scared to know that I will be finding out what the next 4 years lies for me this time next year. I have pretty good grades (I go to a very competitive and challenging school), pretty good test scores, and stellar extracurricular. Although I have a year to bring up my gpa and test scores, I am mostly relying on my extracurrilars, because I hope they can show Columbia that I will be an asset to their community and be able to make a difference. I have no idea where I will attend college and what my journey will be to get there, but I have to trust in god that I will go where he wants me to be.
    edited December 2017
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  • mathgirl102mathgirl102 2 replies0 threads New Member
    edited December 2018
    :)
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