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Hi everyone and thank you ahead of time for the help. I’m a senior wanting to apply to cornell as ed. I got a 31 on act composite: 32 english 33 math 28 reading and 30 science. I have a weighted gpa of 93. i have my math 2 subject test as 700. as you can tell i am not a good test taker. i have one parent legacy here at cornell. i want to go into public health or something along those lines. My question is the global and public health major is offered in both college of human ecology and college of agriculture and life sciences. but what is the difference and which do i have a higher chance for? or if not i was thinking about the major health biology, society, and health in the college of human ecology. i’m not sure which to apply for. i also want to add a business minor. my extracurriculars include volunteer internships in two hospitals, a bachelors degree in indian classical dance, i am a president of a club where high school students tutor local middle school students. i was a 2 time state finalists for dental science in hosa. i’m in national honor society and national french honor society. i’m a certified student athletic trainer and i took the correlated healthcare course in my school. i was in class council and i’m a religious youth group leader. i’m honestly very confused because i don’t know what i want to do. everything sounds nice to me but i haven’t had decent exposure to finalize what i want.1 replies
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