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Transfer to Cornell

Aran888888Aran888888 Registered User Posts: 59 Junior Member
Hello all,

I'm putting in a Transfer application to Cornell for Fall 2018. I have a 3.92 GPA in Civil Engineering at Clarkson University.

-Associated General Contractors
-Clarkson University Student Association
-American Society of Civil Engineers
-American Chemical Society
-Steel Bridge
-Humans vs Zombies

Work Experience:
-Admissions Tour Guide
-Potentially tutoring
-Potentially either research or being a TA(I'm in talks to do research, had an offer to be a TA but funding got pulled so that's in limbo at the moment)
-Two internships with two attorneys, senior year of high school

Will potentially have a LEED Green Associate Certification as of March 31st.

High school I didn't do as well- 3.4 GPA, 1430-ish on SATs, 32 on ACT. I was sick for a month in Sophomore year, and as a result took a huge hit to my GPA(I wrote about this).

What are my chances for acceptance?

Thanks for any help!
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