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chance me :D

Silverzc413Silverzc413 367 replies93 threads Member
edited August 2008 in Emory University
Intended Major: Business

Unweighted GPA-3.86
Honors-Precalc, Biology, Chemistry
AP Classes completed by Senior Year-
European History, US History, Calc AB and BC, Macro Econ, Micro Econ, Stats, Lit, Physics.
Rank-doesn't rank
ACT-33
English-34 Reading-32 Math-35 Science-30
ECs-
Volunteering at Red Cross-~100 hours
Volunteering at TwinWest Chamber of Commerce-~50 hours
Volunteering at school Club YES-~50 hours
Random Volunteering-~50 hours (mostly stuff with my dad)
D.E.C.A (business club)
Chinese Club (2 yrs)
Spanish Club (2 yrs)
Golf outside of school (3 yrs)
Soccer outside of school (3 yrs)
Intramural sports in school (3 yrs)


Emory is one of my top choices. However, my parents says I shouldn't apply because of the price...the only school they will help me pay for is Cornell AEM if out of state. Is Emory a match for me though? How is the financial aid?
edited August 2008
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  • aznschoolboi22aznschoolboi22 293 replies21 threads Junior Member
    I think you'll get in. I hear the financial aid isn't "that" good, but Emory is one of the richest schools...
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  • kstrikekstrike 93 replies9 threads Junior Member
    The financial aid is ****. I may have to transfer because of how hard they're raping me.
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  • Rich HoboRich Hobo 190 replies26 threads Junior Member
    I think you have a great shot if you visit and show some interest.
    Their financial aid is very nice if you are under 100k, which eliminates almost all unsubsidized loans under the Emory Advantage plan. My parents made around 90k combined and with an EFC of ~14k, my tuition for Emory is around 17k with however many grants/scholarships, 2k in subsidized Stafford loan and 2k in work study.

    Applying to your first choice is an extremely good idea. Even though you may not think you can afford it, still pay the marginal 50 bucks (I think) and apply. It doesn't hurt to try you luck.

    Good luck!
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