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Oxford of Emory Chances

SarahsmitherSarahsmither Registered User Posts: 22 Junior Member
3.5 gpa (low Ik but good for my school cause top prep private school)
1300-1400 SAT
10% of class Cum laude
Service and Justice Award
National Honors Society


742 hours at emergency vet hospital
local zoo volunteer
owner and founder of non profit organization
president and founder of pre med club
honor council
middle school tutor/mentor
political club president
many summer programs at colleges

Thanksxx

Replies to: Oxford of Emory Chances

  • TheTennisNinjaTheTennisNinja Registered User Posts: 335 Member
    Where are you from? Ethnicity? What classes have you taken?
  • BiffBrownBiffBrown Registered User Posts: 452 Member
    OP: I don't understand the 100 point range on your SAT score. Have you taken the SAT?

    Have you taken and done well on AP exams? If yes, that would demonstrate the rigor of your high school curriculum.

    You're in the top 10% of your high school class?
  • BiffBrownBiffBrown Registered User Posts: 452 Member
    @Sarahsmither

    Oxford College likes students who are engaged in their school community. Founding clubs and heading them will be looked on favorably because Oxford likes/needs students who take charge and are willing to contribute to a robust campus life. This is a big plus for you.

    Oxford College's most recent admitted class had the highest academic statistics of any entering class - particularly ACT/SAT scores. If your SAT score is on the lower end of the 1300-1400 range, that will hurt you. Do you have other standardized test scores to show your abilities such as SAT II or AP exam scores?

    Oxford does have strong introductory STEM courses so it's a good fit for your academic interests.

    Your chances are much better in ED1.
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