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Pitzer Spring 2013 Transfers

kimonoxxkimonoxx Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
edited December 2012 in Pitzer College
Hey guys!
I was accepted at Pitzer for spring 2013, and was wondering if there were any other people who are going to be transferring in for spring!
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Replies to: Pitzer Spring 2013 Transfers

  • wendybirrrdwendybirrrd Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    Congrats! My goal is to transfer to pitzer too from a UC. Do you mind me asking what your stats were?
  • kimonoxxkimonoxx Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
    Oh, that's awesome! Best of luck with the transfer process :-) and I don't mind at all! I'm transferring in as a sophomore from Hamilton College in NY (I think it is ranked 16th in the LACs). My first semester was kind of rough, and so my GPA freshman year was 3.443 (C+, B, A-, A, A-, A-, A-) But I went to UC Berkeley this summer and took two courses, in which I got an A and an A+, and my current semester grades are A, A-, A-, and A-. My SAT score was 2050 (660 CR, 680 M, and 710 W). As far as extracurriculars go, I take voice lessons, write for the Hamilton website, write for the women's publication on campus, volunteer at the Clinton elementary school, and am a part of/leader of the composting initiative at Hamilton Environmental Action Group. Also was a Varsity swimmer for 4 years in high school and a Varsity tennis player for 2, and played in a steel band for 2 years.

    A couple things I did that I would recommend doing (if applicable), an art supplement, music supplement, and a resume in the additional information section.

    Best of luck to you!! :-)
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