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Chance me?

danielle2013danielle2013 Registered User Posts: 63 Junior Member
edited December 2012 in Princeton University
Caucasian/ Indian
Attends private school in New Jersey
No legacy

Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.96 (out of 4.0 - unweighted) for Grades 9-11.
Received the prestigious Faculty Scholar Award (1 of 3 students in grade level) in Grades 9 and 10.
Received the Avery Barras Distinguished Scholar Award for attaining all A’s in Grades 9 and 10.
Received the AATF-NJ Le Grand Concours French Award in 2010 for placing 5th in New Jersey and 6th in the USA.
Received the Junior Writing Challenge Award (1 of 3 students in grade level) in Grade 11.
Awarded a High Research Distinction on Junior Thesis in Grade 11.
Member of the High Honor Roll
National Merit Scholar – Commended (PSAT Score – 219)
SAT Score: 2320 (Math – 770, Reading – 750, Writing – 800).
SAT II: Math 1 – 750, Math II – 800, English Literature - 720
Has taken all available honors and highest level classes.
Junior year: AP Calculus AB: Score 5, AP Language: Score 5 and AP Statistics: Score 4
Senior year: AP Calculus BC, AP Literature, AP French, Physics Honors, Economics Honors (plans to take AP Microeconomics and AP Macroeconomics tests), Dance 3, and plans to take AP Psychology test
Successfully completed the Introduction to Economics (3 credits) and the Introduction to Psychology (3 credits) undergraduate courses at Georgetown University in the summer of 2012.
Successfully completed the Leadership of Global Engagement at Brown University and Introduction to Business, Finance and Economics at Columbia University in the summer of 2011.
Dale Carnegie 3-day seminar in NYC summer of 2012

Varsity Tennis (9-12): Captain of the Varsity Tennis Team. Most Valuable Player Award (12) 2012 Non-Public B State Championship, 2012 Non-Public B North State Championship. Awarded 2nd Doubles, 2nd Team American Division; All SEC, 3rd Team All-Essex County and; All-American, Preps B Overall Champion, 2nd Double Preps Champion. Played both doubles and singles positions.
Love 146 (10-12): Co-Founder and Co-President: Love 146, a community service initiative at school, which has raised over $5,000 to build awareness about child trafficking and exploitation.
School Publications (9-12): The editor-in-chief of The Informer (performing arts publication) staff writer for The Academy News (school newspaper), staff editor for Stylus (literary magazine)
Musical Theatre (9-12): Supporting roles in school musicals (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Once Upon a Mattress and The Drowsy Chaperone.)
Varsity Track and Field (9-10): 100 meters, 200 meters, 400 meters hurdles and relay events. Awarded 3rd Place in the Non-Public B NJSIAA Sectional Track and Field Championships, set school record for the 4 x 400 meter relay (10)

Presidential Community Service Award (100+ hours) – 2010-2011
Volunteered at St. Vincent’s Nursing Home in Cedar Grove, NJ assisting elderly during meal and recreational times. (9-12)
Teacher’s assistant for mentally disabled children at The Children’s Institute in Verona, NJ. (9-10)
Teacher’s assistant in a summer class for young children (ages 5-7) at the Montclair Art Museum. (9-10)

Piano – Enjoy playing classical, pop and Broadway pieces on the piano.
Literary – Enjoy writing. Made several contributions to TeenInk, a scholastic publication that encompasses high school art and writing works in a monthly magazine. Articles published include “Tranquility” (poem) in TeenVoices and a book review of Schoolgirls by Peggy Ornstein in TeenInk. Enjoys reading classic literature. .
Travel – Enjoy travel both domestic and international. Traveled extensively in Europe, Asia, Central and South America.
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