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Official Princeton University Class of 2015 RD Results Thread

Anonymous1993Anonymous1993 Registered User Posts: 823 Member
edited May 2012 in Princeton University
This is an updated decisions thread. Please post your results as they come in. This is not a discussion page. For discussion, visit http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/princeton-university/1106297-class-2015-princeton-university-admissions-decisions-discussion.html

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Replies to: Official Princeton University Class of 2015 RD Results Thread

  • silverturtlesilverturtle Registered User Posts: 12,496 Senior Member
    [size=+2]Decision: Waitlisted[/size]

    Objective:
    • SAT I: 2400 (one sitting)
    • ACT: 36 (one sitting)
    • SAT II: Math Level 2 – 800, Chemistry - 800
    • Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 4.0
    • Rank: 1/425
    • AP: 5’s on Chemistry, Biology, Calculus AB, and Psychology (logistically impossible to take AP course until junior year)
    • Senior Year Course Load: AP Physics, Calculus II (took at community college), AP Statistics (online), AP Human Geography, AP US Government and Politics, AP English Language, AP English Literature, Spanish IV (administrative regulations precluded my taking AP Spanish), and PE (required)
    • Awards: USNCO, NMSF, NHRP, state awards in English and Chemistry
    Subjective:
    • Extracurriculars: Piano improvisation and performance (both paid and unpaid; significant time commitment); Mock Trial; Scholastic Bowl; Peer Tutoring; Peer Leadership; WYSE Academic Team; JETS Engineering Team; Social Studies Club; Various volunteering engagements; Various leadership positions and awards in the previous activities
    • Summer Activities: Vanderbilt twice, music composition program, community college
    • Essays: Difficult to self-evaluate
    • Teacher Recommendations: Haven’t seen them
    • Counselor Rec: Haven’t seen it
    Other
    • Applied for Financial Aid?: Yes
    • Intended Major: Undecided
    • State: Illinois
    • Country: US (domestic applicant)
    • School Type: Semi-competitive public (A few NMSF’s each year; about 15 students with ACT scores 33+)
    • Ethnicity: 3/4 White non-Hispanic; 1/4 Hispanic
    • Gender: Male
    Reflection
    • Strengths: Perfect test scores, rigorous curriculum (under the circumstances), GPA, rank, well-roundedness
    • Weaknesses: Dearth of major awards, don’t attend feeder high school, no unusually compelling extracurricular activities, should have self-studied some AP tests
    General Comments: Good luck to everyone as they move forward.
  • nil desperandumnil desperandum Registered User Posts: 1,948 Senior Member
    [size=+2]Decision: Waitlisted[/size]

    will posts stats later.
  • lutherjwlutherjw Registered User Posts: 143 Junior Member
    [size=+2]Decision: Rejected[/size]

    Objective:
    • SAT I (breakdown): 2350 (CR: 800; W: 780; M: 770)
    • SAT I superscore (breakdown): same as above
    • ACT (breakdown): N/A
    • ACT superscore (breakdown): N/A
    • SAT II: Math Level II: 770; Literature: 770; US History: 660
    • Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 4.0
    • Weighted GPA: 4.8571
    • Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): 1/195
    • AP (place score in parentheses): AP European History (3), AP Environmental Science (4), AP English Language (5), AP English Literature (Pending), AP US Government (Pending), AP Calc AB (Pending), AP Statistics (Pending), AP Biology (Pending)
    • IB (place score in parentheses): N/A
    • Senior Year Course Load: AP US Government, AP Statistics, Honors Calculus, AP English Literature, Honors Spanish III, AP Biology, AP Calc AB, Honors Psychology
    • Number of other applicants in your school: 0
    • Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): National Merit Finalist, AP Scholar

    Subjective:
    • Extracurriculars (place leadership in parentheses): Student Council (Student Body President and Service Committee Chairman); Junior Civitans (Director); Interact (VP); YCI (President); National Honors Society; American Patriots' Club; School Improvement Team
    • Job/Work Experience: None
    • Volunteer/Community service: Founder of school tutoring service; volunteer at two local shelters; member of church youth group

    Writing (Write a brief description and Rate Quality on 1-10 Scale; 10 as Best):
    • Essays (Include Subjects):
      • Common App Main: About my brother, who is mentally disabled, and how he motivates me academically. - 9
      • EC Short Answer: Talked about my role in Student Council and how I have worked to improve my school - 8
      • “A few details” questions: They were honest ... 10
      • “Your Voice” Extended essay - I wrote the “influential person” essay about a rather famous politician, but I was rather careful to be nonpartisan in describing how this person was influential. Probably very risky. - 7.5
      • Engineering Essay (if applicable): N/A
      • Other:
    • Teacher Recommendation #1: Incredible
    • Teacher Recommendation #2: Great.
    • Counselor Rec: Good.
    • Additional Rec: N/A
    • Interview: You could tell that she was much more excited than I was. She really loved Princeton, and I appreciated that, but she continually put down the other schools I was applying to. She did have a lot of great things to say about her alma mater, and she seemed to be impressed by my life story.
    • Art Supplement: N/A

    Other
    • Date Submitted App: January 1
    • State (if domestic applicant): NC
    • Country (if international applicant): USA
    • School Type: Small public; about 900 students
    • Ethnicity: Caucasian
    • Gender: Male
    • Income Bracket: ~$75,000
    • Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): None

    Reflection
    • Strengths: Test scores, GPA, high school rigor, writing, leadership
    • Weaknesses: No “outstanding” ECs, no major international awards
    • Why you think you were accepted/deferred/rejected: see “weaknesses” :p
    • Where else have you been accepted/deferred/rejected: Accepted: UNC-Chapel Hill, University of Alabama (full ride): Rejected: Stanford University, Yale University
    • What would you have done differently?: Cured cancer/AIDS

    Other Factors:
    General Comments/Congratulations/Venting/Commiserations, etc: Man, what a depressing day! There’s still Harvard! And then the one I really want - Duke!
    I am going to do something different here- Briefly explain why you applied to Princeton (This may very roughly show who really had an interest and if there is some correlation with acceptance): The prestige and the academic prowess.
  • KajonKajon Registered User Posts: 4,434 Senior Member
    Decision: Rejected

    36 ACT, etc
  • inycepooinycepoo - Posts: 41 Junior Member
    [size=+2]Decision: Accepted[/size]

    Objective:
    • SAT I (breakdown): 2300 (CR 740, M 800, W 760, Essay 12) one sitting
    • ACT (breakdown): 35 (E 35, M 36, R 34, Sci 35, Essay 10, Eng&Writing 33) one sitting
    • SAT II: Bio M 800, Chem 800, Physics 800, Math II 800, Chinese 800
    • Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 4.0 (96.xx out of 100.00)
    • Weighted GPA: 101.67 (out of 100.00)
    • Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): 2/837
    • AP (place score in parentheses): Biology (5), BC Calc (5), AB subscore (5), APUSH (5), Eng Lang (5), World (5)
    • IB (place score in parentheses): none
    • Senior Year Course Load: AP Gov't, AP Macroecon, AP Microecon, AP Eng Lit, AP Chemistry, AP Comp Sci A
    • Number of other RD applicants in your school: I think like 5 or so, but they're all with lower objective stats.
    • Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.):
    Science Olympiad medals (9 regionals, 2 states), Rochester University Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award, NYC Metro Math Fair Bronze Medal, USABO semi-finalist, USNCO semi-finalist, 14th ranked fastest Rubik's Speedcuber in New York State

    Subjective:
    • Extracurriculars (place leadership in parentheses): Science Olympiad (Engineering & Biology Group Leader), Columbia University Medical Center research internship (helped publish a scientific paper), Rubik's Cube Club at school (founder & president), Calculus Challenge Team (2nd in country last year), Calculus Tutoring (all tutees got a 5), Jazz Band (lead alto saxophone & president), Webmaster of SciOly and Sci Dept website.
    • Job/Work Experience:
    • Volunteer/Community service:
    Columbia University internship for one year (Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics professional laboratory work)
    Surgical Center (observed and helped with >200 surgeries)
    Library
    Senior Center
    >100 (if not more) hours for all activities.

    Writing (Write a brief description and Rate Quality on 1-10 Scale; 10 as Best):
    • Essays (Include Subjects):
      • Common App: Rubik's cube & how it impacted my personality and way I approach and solve problems; original & creative; 10+
      • Supplement (Influential Person): APUSH teacher taught me how to write and really led me to challenge myself and see what I can accomplish; 9
      • Other:
    • Teacher Recommendation #1: 5 pages. SHE LOVES ME. from AP Bio teacher <3. basically tells almost everything about me through my activities (likes and dislikes, sense of humor, maturity (O_O), etc.) 10+
    • Teacher Recommendation #2: 1 page. AP World teacher, like a mom to me. Rec is pretty run-of-the-mill, though. 7?
    • Counselor Rec: Saw afterwards, sort of a laundry list. 5
    • Additional Rec: Wrote it myself and got AP English teacher to sign it. Attests to outstanding writing talent and insight to reading literature (mostly true). 9
    • Interview: Had a lawyer who majored in physics at Princeton. She was on a tight schedule, so basically it was just a chance for me to ask questions to her. Not much.
    • Art Supplement:
    NO. there are more than enough people out there more talented than I am at violin, piano, and alto sax, combined. I am in jazz band though :)

    Other
    • Date Submitted App: 3-4 days before deadline? O_O
    • State (if domestic applicant): NY (NEW YORK CITY HOLLAHHH!)
    • Country (if international applicant):
    • School Type: LARGE PUBLIC (4000+ students)
    • Ethnicity: Asian (****)
    • Gender: Male
    • Income Bracket: not important here.
    • Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.):
    Rubik's cube - 15 second solves; sent a video of a 13.76-sec solve on a CD with my counselor's rec and transcript and such. Hope they had fun with it :) Great essay writing (?) I've been told I have a way with words, apparently HAHAHAS.

    Reflection
    • Strengths: grades (spanish aside), rank, SAT IIs (I BEASTED ALL OF THEM YO!), Rubik's cube! >:) MUAHAHAHA
    • Weaknesses: Asian, public school isn't magnet or specialized (quite the opposite actually..), but doesn't downright suck, either. It's pretty moderate in terms of grades and smartness of people in general.
    • Why you think you were accepted/waitlisted/rejected: Rubik's cube? O_O I don't know how many applicants have sub-15 averages -shrugs- SAT II grades were definitely a plus (haven't seen another CCer with 5 800s yet :p)
    • What would you have done differently?:
    not much, really. maybe I should've paid more attention in my Spanish classes so my grades wouldn't have been too terrible there HAHAHAS. might've gotten valedictorian too LOL :p

    Other Factors:
    General Comments/Congratulations/Venting/Commiserations, etc:
    I'm probably still going to Yale through EA but at least I have another option open for myself now! :D YAY! >:)
    CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERYONE WHO GOT ACCEPTED! to the WLs and Rs - IT'S OKAY!
  • iopsurferiopsurfer Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    rejected. **** it. i'm going to the netherlands.
  • amazingme17amazingme17 Registered User Posts: 183 Junior Member
    Using a slightly different template, copied and pasted from my Wash U thread, except for the decision for this one was different.

    [size=+2]Decision: Rejected[/size]
    Objective:
    • SAT I: 2280 (720 CR, 770 M, 790 W, 10 Essay)
    • ACT: 34
    • SAT II: 800 Bio E, 800 Math 2, 780 Chemistry
    • Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.96
    • Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): 3/436
    • AP (place score in parenthesis): Biology (5), Human Geography (4), Statistics (4), USH (4), Lang and Comp (4), Chemistry (4), Latin Vergil (2)
    • IB (place score in parenthesis): Not applicable
    • Senior Year Course Load: 1st semester: AP Calc AB, AP Lit and Comp, AP Euro, Sci Academy; 2nd semester: AP Calc BC, Anatomy and Physiology, AP Econ/Gov, Science Academy
    • Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): in terms of "major," National Merit Finalist, AP awards; otherwise, TMTA awards, HOSA awards at the regional and state level, Science Olympiad region and state awards, voted most likely to succeed by my senior class, writing awards
    Subjective:
    • Extracurriculars (place leadership in parenthesis):
      HOSA (10-12; historian, senior rep); Science Club (9,11-12); NHS (11-12; secretary); Mu Alpha Theta (10-12); Latin Club (10-11); Y-Teens (9)
    • Job/Work Experience: None
    • Volunteer/Community service: Hospital, church, library
    • Summer Activities: Tennessee’s Governor’s School for Sciences, volunteering
    • Essays: Nothing special
    • Teacher Recommendation: One said that it was the longest he had ever written; the other I’m not sure how good it was.
    • Counselor Rec: It’s her first year at our school, so I don’t think it was really personalized.
    • Additional Rec: Not applicable
    • Interview: Not applicable
    Other
    • Applied for Financial Aid?: Yes
    • Intended Major: Biology
    • State (if domestic applicant): Tennessee
    • Country (if international applicant):
    • School Type: Public
    • Ethnicity: Asian-Chinese
    • Gender: Female
    • Hooks (URM, first generation college, research, etc.): I’m doing science research throughout my senior year at a university.
    Reflection
    • Strengths: Nothing in my application would count as a strength for Princeton =P
    • Weaknesses: AP scores, lack of big awards
    • Why you think you were accepted/deferred/denied: It's Princeton.
    General Comments:
    A big congratulations to those accepted. You really deserve it!
    Good luck to those waitlisted... you all will be successful wherever you end up next year. =)
    Commiserations to those rejected. It was clearly a tough year, and I'm sure we'll all end up where we're meant to be. =)
  • SomnambulantSomnambulant Registered User Posts: 82 Junior Member
    [size=+2]Decision: Rejected[/size]

    Objective:
    • SAT I (breakdown): 2370 (770 writing)
    • SAT I superscore (breakdown): Only took it once
    • ACT (breakdown):
    • ACT superscore (breakdown):
    • SAT II: Math = 800, Italian = 790, Chem = 740
    • Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.9 (only B's were in freshman year; strong upward trend)
    • Weighted GPA: 4.35
    • Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): Top decile
    • AP (place score in parentheses): School doesn't offer
    • IB (place score in parentheses): Calculus 6, Chem 4
    • Senior Year Course Load: Full IB Diploma with 4 HLs, 2 SLs and a college physics class
    • Number of other applicants in your school: Probably none
    • Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): NMF

    Subjective:
    • Extracurriculars (place leadership in parentheses): Interesting and important; only had a few but they were all big time commitments. State-ranked athlete (non-recruit, obviously) was probably my biggest accomplishment. I also taught myself a few foreign languages, play the guitar and juggle competitively.
    • Job/Work Experience:
    • Volunteer/Community service: Board of directors for a local nonprofit: Maybe 500 or 600 hours throughout HS?

    Writing (Write a brief description and Rate Quality on 1-10 Scale; 10 as Best):
    • Essays (Include Subjects):
      • Common App Main: 10
      • EC Short Answer: 10
      • “A few details” questions: 10
      • “Your Voice” Extended essay: 10
      • Engineering Essay (if applicable): 10
      • Other:
    • Teacher Recommendation #1: 10
    • Teacher Recommendation #2: 10
    • Counselor Rec: 10
    • Additional Rec:
    • Interview: 11
    • Art Supplement:

    Other
    • Date Submitted App: ??
    • State (if domestic applicant):
    • Country (if international applicant): USA
    • School Type: Public
    • Ethnicity: White
    • Gender: XY
    • Income Bracket: Very low and fluctuates, but I'm a Pell Grant qualifier
    • Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): Geographical diversity?

    Reflection
    • Strengths: SAT I and II scores, courseload, ECs, essays
    • Weaknesses: If I knew this, maybe I could've avoided rejection =/
    • Why you think you were accepted/deferred/rejected: I guess I kinda suck. Feeling like a nothing is awful
    • Where else have you been accepted/deferred/rejected: Rejected at Stanford, Cornell. Waitlisted at WashU. Accepted at Johns Hopkins
    • What would you have done differently?:
  • merrymelodysmerrymelodys Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
    [size=+2]Decision: Accepted[/size]

    Ahhhhh!!!! I'm so insanely excited right now!! I'll post my stats later.. I have to call all my friends and family! hahaha :D :D :D :D
  • hahalolkhahalolk Registered User Posts: 1,757 Senior Member
    Yes! I got in!
  • jeffc418jeffc418 Registered User Posts: 43 Junior Member
    [size=+2]Decision: Waitlisted[/size]

    Objective:
    • SAT I (breakdown): 2320 (800M, 750W, 720CR)
    • ACT (breakdown): 34
    • SAT II: 800 Chem, 790 Math II, 760 Italian
    • Weighted GPA: 101.551
    • Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): 1/402
    • AP (place score in parentheses): Plenty of APs, no lunch period, etc.
    • Awards: NMSF, Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award, French Award, etc.

    Subjective:
    • Extracurriculars (place leadership in parentheses): Class President (four years), Model UN Secretary-General (officer for three years, in club for four), Literary Magazine Senior Editor (two years, in club for three), Latin Club Founder and President (three years), Pep Band, Curriculum Committee, Junior Angler, CPR Training, etc.
    • Job/Work Experience: Tutor, Freelance Web Design, etc.
    • Volunteer/Community service:
    See above

    Writing (Write a brief description and Rate Quality on 1-10 Scale; 10 as Best):
    • Essays: Loved
    • Teacher Recs: Only saw one of two but thought it was great
    • Counselor Rec: Probably pretty good
    • Supplementary Material: Extra recommendation from science research mentor

      Other
      • Date Submitted App: Nov 2010
      • State (if domestic applicant): NY
      • Country (if international applicant): USA
      • School Type: Public
      • Ethnicity: White
      • Gender: Male
      • Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.):

      Reflection
      • Strengths: Academia, extracurriculars, etc.
      • Weaknesses: No legacy, no hook, etc.
      • Why you think you were accepted/deferred/rejected: Clearly not just Princeton material
      • Where else have you been accepted/deferred/rejected: Accepted at Georgetown (SFS 2015!!!)
      • What would you have done differently?:
    Other Factors:
    General Comments/Congratulations/Venting/Commiserations, etc: Pleasure y'all :)!
  • ClowiebearClowiebear Registered User Posts: 436 Member
    [size=+2]Decision: Rejected[/size]

    Objective:
    • SAT I (breakdown):800m, 750cr, 720w (2270)
    • ACT: 34
    • SAT Subject Tests: 800math2, 800wh
    • Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 4.0
    • Weighted GPA: 4.6?
    • Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): 1%. 800 kids in class
    • AP (place score in parenthesis): lang5, psych5, wh5, ush5, chem4
    • Senior Year Course Load: AP CalcBC, AP Euro, AP Econ/Gov, AP Bio, AP Lit
    • Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): National Merit Finalist. um...
    Subjective:
    • Extracurriculars: I rifle-shoot. It's an Olympic sport. I have multiple national records as well as i'm on the national team. This summer i went to the World Championships in Munich and got first place so i'm now the Jr. World Champion
    • Job/Work Experience: Private Tutor, job at a business... 2 summers. editing and filing
    • Volunteer/Community service: i volunteer at my range teaching gun safety to boy scouts, army, rotc
    • Summer Activities: all shooting. traveled all over the US (and germany)
    • Essays (subjects and personal opinions):idk i thought they were good. not amazing but not anything to get me rejected.
    • Teacher Recommendation 1: good but probably slightly generic
    • Teacher Recommendation 2: a teacher who loved me but was still brutally honest. didn't read either
    • Counselor Rec: onsidering she's counselor to 200+ kids in my grade... probs not too great
    • Interview: I thought it went well...
    Other
    • State: CA
    • Country (if international applicant): USA
    • School Type: public
    • Ethnicity: white
    • Gender: female
    • Income Bracket: the one that doesn't get you financial aid
    • Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): none
    Reflection
    • Strengths:extracurriculars
    • Weaknesses: i'm just one in a thousand of kids that were accepted. maybe my essays could have shown more spirit
    • Why you think you were rejected: eh who knows?
    • Where else were you accepted/waitlisted/rejected: Accepted: Stanford (EA), Emory (Liberal Arts Scholar) Duke (Likely Letter) UC Berkeley, UCLA, UCSD (regent scholar) Waitlisted: Claremont Mckenna, Pomona Rejected: Harvard, Yale, Princeton
    General Comments:
    i thought i would get accepted to more places but i have Stanford so i guess i shouldn't be complaining
  • kkamllkkamll Registered User Posts: 62 Junior Member
    [size=+2]Decision: Accepted[/size]

    objective:
    sat i (breakdown):
    act: 35
    sat ii (if submitted):
    unweighted gpa (out of 4.0): My school does gpa's really weird so its a 97.17/100 unweighted)
    rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): Valedictorian
    ap (place score in parenthesis): APUSH (5)
    ib (place score in parenthesis):
    senior year course load: AP Calc AB, AP Music Theory, AP Gov and Politics, AP English Lit, Honors French 5, Marching/Concert Band
    major awards (usamo, intel etc.):Questbridge Finalist, Harvard Book Award

    subjective:
    extracurriculars (place leadership in parenthesis): Debate Team (4 years, VP for 2), Band (Marching/Symphonic/Jazz, 4 years, President for 1), National Novel Writing Month (2 years), Student Council (3 years), Math Team (3 years), probably others I'm forgetting
    job/work experience: various tutoring jobs all four years, blogger for anti-tobacco website junior year
    volunteer/community service: volunteer at local library since 7th grade, various other things, a few hundred hours
    essays: good I think
    teacher recommendation: really really amazing
    counselor rec: unsure
    additional rec: N/A
    interview:N/A

    other
    applied for financial aid?: yes
    intended major: Political Science and Psychology
    state (if domestic applicant): MA
    country (if international applicant):
    school type: Public
    ethnicity: White
    gender: Female
    income bracket: ~40,000
    hooks (urm, first generation college, research, etc.): First Generation College, Questbridge Finalist

    reflection
    strengths: Grades/Test Scores/Extracurriculars/Recs/great interview, one of my best
    weaknesses: not sure
    why you think you were accepted/waitlisted/rejected: no idea, just thankful!

    general comments:
  • may2005may2005 Registered User Posts: 49 Junior Member
    [size=+2]Decision: Rejected[/size]
  • nz2011nz2011 Registered User Posts: 49 Junior Member
    GOT INNNNN!!! WAHHHH!! post stats later..maybe lol
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