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Chances For A High School Junior

jhudak17jhudak17 62 replies49 threads Junior Member
edited May 2009 in Elon University
High School Junior
Estimated 3.3 unweighted GPA
25% class rank
1330/1920 SAT
I had a bad freshman year, but I've gotten better.
I took An "Accelerated" class freshman year, took honors chemistry last year, and I'm taking AP Biology this year.
Worked as an umpire freshman year.
Volunteered to help coach my little sister's softball team the summer after freshman year, and I logged 24 hours.
Taken private drum lessons and had a band for almost two years now.
Started the political science club at my school this year.
Played intramural basketball every year.
Worked from May 2008-October 2008 at a grocery store (15-20+ hours per week).
Connecticut resident.
37,000 EFC
edited May 2009
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  • hudsonvalley51hudsonvalley51 2387 replies96 threads Senior Member
    While your GPA is a bit on the low side you'll benefit from your SAT score and the fact that your EFC makes you a "full pay" candidate. I'd say you have a great shot if you apply Early Decision, but it will be somewhat chancier if you apply EA or RD.
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