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Do I have any chance for Harvey Mudd?

MathIsCool13MathIsCool13 1 replies2 threads New Member
Basic Info: Asian female in CA, no hooks
Major: Engineering

GPA: 4.0 UW / 4.40 W
SAT: 1570, 800 Math II, 730 Chem

General ECs (pretty lackluster)
- COSMOS: college-level instruction in math, made research poster (submitting this)
- AcaDeca team captain
- Math Club VP
- CyberPatriots: Platinum level 2 years in a row

- at library, hundreds of hours, for a few years

Work experience:
- coding instructor for kids
- internship for civil engineering: learned a lot about engineering, got LOR from mentor
- math instructor job

- made it to the national level in a history competition
- 1st place in a fairly prestigious NorCal science/tech-related competition
- national merit semifinalist

Considering my lack of significant STEM accomplishments, do I even have a chance for Mudd?
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  • mountaincachersmountaincachers 32 replies1 threads Junior Member
    It's always hard to predict who will get in and who won't, but, yes, I think you have a chance. I think the school is more concerned with finding the right fit with students than with an exact check list of STEM accomplishments. Good luck!
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