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CF000CF000 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
edited August 2005 in Cornell University
Alright, during my Freshman year of HS, to be honest, I didn't do too well.

My overrall average for the year was a 83, which I guess equivalates to something above a 3.0.

Anyways, my schedule will potentially look like this:

10th:

US History 11
Chemistry 11
English Honors
Math A3/Math B
Spanish

11TH


AP US History
AP Bio
AP English
AP Spanish
Pre-Calc

12th

AP Calculus
AP Physics


Along with that, I'll also have:

500 hrs of community service
Job at New York Hall of Science
National Honor Society
Debate Team
Music (i play tenor sax)
Volunteer Counselor at Summer Camp


Now, if I were to pull off a good score on the SAT (i.e - 2250 +), do well in the AP classes, and do all of the extracurriculars above, would I have a good shot of getting into brown or cornell?
Writing is my true strong suit, by the way.
Post edited by CF000 on

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  • Orbit_JOrbit_J Registered User Posts: 260 Junior Member
    If you can pull off a 2250 SAT score, yes you'll have a pretty good shot, I think. Since writing is your strong suit, you'll be fine on essays.. just be sure to pick a unique topic and style. Good luck!
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