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Dartmouth RD Class of 2023 Results Only

sunquebecsunquebec 22 replies20 postsRegistered User Junior Member
edited March 31 in Dartmouth College
RD decisions is coming out tomorrow, and I noticed there wasn't a thread...

*** REMEMBER to remove brackets before posting! Good luck everyone!

[ size=6][ color=green][ b]Decision: Accepted[/b][/color][/size]
[ size=6][ color=yellow][ b]Decision: Waitlisted[/b][/color][/size]
[ size=6][ color=red][ b]Decision: Rejected[/b][/color][/size]

[ b]Objective:[/b]
[ list]
[ *] SAT I (Comp, Essay, CR, M, CW):
[ *] ACT (Comp, Essay, Eng, Math, Read, Sci):
[ *] SAT II (Type, Score):
[ *] Weighted GPA (out of ??):
[ *] Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0):
[ *] Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable):
[ *] AP (place score in parenthesis):
[ *] IB (place score in parenthesis):
[ *] Senior Year Course Load:
[ *] Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.):
[ /list]

[ b]Subjective:[/b]
[ list]
[ *] Extracurriculars (place leadership in parenthesis):
[ *] Job/Work Experience:
[ *] Volunteer/Community service:
[ *] Summer Activities:
[ *] Essays:
[ *] Teacher Recommendations:
[ *] Counselor Rec:
[ /list]

[ b]Other[/b]
[ list]
[ *] State (if domestic applicant):
[ *] School Type:
[ *] Ethnicity:
[ *] Gender:
[ *] Income Bracket:
[ *] Assets:
[ *] Property:
[ *] Extenuating Circumstances:
[ *] Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.):
[ /list]

[ b]Why you think you were accepted/not accepted and general comments:[/b]

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  • AConfusedKidAConfusedKid 17 replies10 postsRegistered User Junior Member

    size=6 color=red b Decision: Rejected /b /color /size
    (I really messed up the interview)
    b Objective: /b Education and Economics Major
    list
    * SAT I (Comp, Essay, CR, M, CW): 1450 (800 Math 650 English) told it once
    * SAT II (Type, Score): 750 math one, 670 us history, 660 world history
    * Weighted GPA (out of ??): 4.4 out of 4.0
    * Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 4.0 out of 4.0 (97.7 average no weight)
    * Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): 15/477
    * AP (place score in parenthesis): all 4s physics one, us history, world history, human geography.
    * Senior Year Course Load: AP calculus, AP env. Science, AP gov. AP comp. Sci, economics, gym, and Spanish, and literature
    * Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): Acedemic All American, winner of scholarship award which had one winner in our city and county combined, lots of sport stuff but not fast enough to get recuited :neutral:
    /list

    b Subjective: /b
    list
    * Extracurriculars (place leadership in parenthesis): varsity for 4 years, competed in the state championship 3 years, (captain for junior and senior year), All-Area Qualifier B-Team
    Swimming - Varsity for 4 years, diving for 2 years, qualified for state junior year for swimming,
    Tracking - Varsity for 3 years, competed at State Sectionals, school record holder in the 4x1600,
    * Job/Work Experience: 4 years as a bike mechanic and in sales at one company
    * Volunteer/Community service: volunteer work adults with Austim each week
    * Summer Activities:
    * Essays: solid but idk
    * Teacher Recommendations: good but the peer letter was amazing
    * Counselor Rec: yikes, spoke with her once
    /list

    b Other /b
    list
    * State (if domestic applicant): GA
    * School Type: public poor
    * Ethnicity: white
    * Gender: male
    * Income Bracket: wealthy
    * Assets: wealthy
    * Property: 31 arce estate
    * Extenuating Circumstances: pls let me in, I will donate a building in the future
    * Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): father did grad school and uncle went there undergraduate
    /list

    b Why you think you were accepted/not accepted and general comments: /b

    Honestly, I interviewed poorly. In addition, I really focused on athletics and work, and I don't really think Dartmouth cares about work stuff. In the end, I would have loved to go but it's all good.

    To all my fellow rejects, if you were a serious canidate for Dartmouth and take that energy to any school, you will love amazing and Rock it. Honestly the ivys and elite schools are really overhyped anyway. Lastly, level of education =/= happiness and that is important to remember ( at least for me)
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  • apmaster10apmaster10 94 replies1 postsRegistered User Junior Member
    edited June 11
    Decision: Rejected

    Objective:

    SAT I (breakdown): 1560 (800 Math, 760 ERW)

    ACT (breakdown): 35 C (36 M, 36 S, 35 E, 34 R)

    SAT II: 800 Physics, 800 Math Level II, 780 Chemistry

    Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 4.0

    Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): 2/366

    AP (place score in parenthesis): Calculus BC (5), AB Subscore (5), English Language (5), Environmental Science (5), US History (5), European History (4), Physics 2 (4), Physics 1 (3)

    IB (place score in parenthesis): N/A

    Senior Year Course Load: AP English Literature, AP Statistics, AP Chemistry, AP Psychology, AP Computer Science Principles

    Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): National Merit Semifinalist, AP Scholar with Distinction, School Departmental Awards, Rowing Awards, Math Club Awards

    Subjective:

    Extracurriculars (place leadership in parenthesis): Varsity Rowing (Grades 9-12) (Learn-To-Row Volunteer), Mu Alpha Theta (Math Club, Grades 11-12) (Senior Year Treasurer), National Honor Society (Grades 11-12)

    Job/Work Experience: N/A

    Volunteer/Community service:Learn-To-Row Volunteer (Grades 10-12; 40 Hours Per Year), Food Bank Volunteer (Summer Between Grades 10 & 11; 20 Hours), Animal Shelter Volunteer (Grade 9; 40 Hours)

    Summer Activities: Davidson College July Experience

    Essays (rating 1-10, details): Won't put; too subjective.

    Recommendations (rating 1-10, details):

    Teacher Rec #1: AP Calculus Teacher; didn't see.

    Teacher Rec #2: AP English Language Teacher; didn't see.
    '
    Counselor Rec: Very good, 9/10.

    Additional Rec: Sociology Professor at Davidson. Didn't see.

    Interview: 8/10. It went pretty well.

    Other

    Applied for Financial Aid?: No

    Intended Major: Chemistry

    State (if domestic applicant): North Carolina

    Country (if international applicant):

    School Type: Large Public Suburban Average

    Ethnicity: White

    Gender: Male

    Income Bracket: $250,000+

    Hooks (URM, first generation college, Questbridge, etc.): (Asperger's Syndrome; wrote about in essays?)

    Reflection

    Strengths: Grades, Test Scores, Essays

    Weaknesses: Lackluster Awards & Extracurriculars

    Why you think you were accepted/deferred/rejected: Don't know.

    Where else were you accepted/deferred/rejected:

    Accepted: Amherst College (Attending), Middlebury College, Vassar College, Davidson College, Bates College, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University - Raleigh, University of North Carolina - Asheville

    Waitlisted: Williams College, Bowdoin College, Colby College

    Rejected: Harvard University, Princeton University, Yale University, Stanford University, Dartmouth College, Brown University

    General Comments: I didn't mention the main thing that made me unique (my life-long experience with Asperger's Syndrome and how it has shaped my world view) because I didn't feel like it fit in well and heard that the interviews are mainly just to screen out jerks. But my mom has a friend whose father is a former Dartmouth alum and interviewer, and what I learned they did for interviews (which I did not learn until after I was rejected and is what my group of alumni interviewers also did) was join together and interview everyone from the area in one location on a single day. All the interviewers would then rank all the students interviewed from least desired to most desired. So, for Dartmouth, make sure you put everything out there during your interview.
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