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I want to be a Nittany Lion , do you guys things i have stats?

pranavbijlanipranavbijlani Registered User Posts: 16 New Member
edited September 2010 in Penn State
I am an International Student


Freshmen Year GPA : 3.3
Sophomore Year GPA : 3.0
Junior Year GPA: 3.87
Overall GPA 3.4
In My Junior Year I took 3 Honors Classes and 1 Ap Lit Class I had Over a 92 % average

I have taken the SAT

Reading - 500
Math - 630
Writing - 550

Toefl - 600 (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
I am planning to take it again in October ,

My Ec's
120 + hours of community service
Basketball - 4 years
Interact Club - 4 years , Was the Secretary and Director
Student Concil - 1 year , Class president
Yearbook - 3 years
Guitar - 3 years
Managed an Internet Cafe , 2 summers
Worked in a Jewelery Store , 2 summers

Class Rank - 22%

Awards
National Honor Society
Science Fair, School , and Inter-school Winners

I am pretty sure i am going to be a business Major

Thanks So much
Post edited by pranavbijlani on

Replies to: I want to be a Nittany Lion , do you guys things i have stats?

  • pranavbijlanipranavbijlani Registered User Posts: 16 New Member
    bump bump bump
  • takeitallintakeitallin Registered User Posts: 3,378 Senior Member
    Penn State University Park is probably a reach for you. Both your GPA and Sat's are on the lower end of acceptances. You can go to the collegeboard.com website and look at stats for various schools. You are a good fit for some of the other Penn State Campuses. You might have to start out at one of the out-lying campuses and then transfer to University Park after 2 years.
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