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Chance me for reed (ED I International applicant)

AbdelhalimAbdelhalim Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
Scores: SAT: 1440, math: 790 EBRW: 650 (W: 360 R: 290)
Sat subject: 790 math, 740 Phys
GPA: 4.0 unweighted (The academics are very rigorous)

- Translator at Sciencephile the AI youtube channel
- founder and writer at Leeh initiative (the team’s vision is to educate the public about the reasons behind everyday phenomena)
- FR VP, volunteer at Life Makers Egypt association (community service for the poor and the disabled)
- Leading actor in the school theater
- Biology voluntary tutor
- Education USA Competitive College Club member
- Translator At TEDx
- Freelance Designer (vector artist)
- Resala charity volunteer(community service)
- English club instructor

Achievements include:
- Intel ISEF national fair finalist
- Intel ISEF school fair Topranking project
- Best play performance
- Best poetry recitation
- 2nd place in the chemical energy category in Nawah Fair

*I kept a truly good relationship with my English and chemistry teachers as well as my Education USA advisor so I expect That recommendations are pretty good.

*my TOEFL score is already over their minimum requirements, and I dunno whether it makes any difference during the admission process but here it is
Total: 106 R:30 L:29 S:20 w:27

*The essays were reviewed by two reedies and they told me they were really good. In the common app essay, I wrote about my transformation from a naive conformist to a critical thinker especially in a religious community that hinders one's intellectual abilities; It may sound of cliche but It really means a lot to me and I really put a lot of effort into crafting it.

The paideia essay was about the flying spaghetti monster; a queer topic but I tried to strengthen my argument of how this lecture would be very sound and a good addition to the reed community.

*I'm only worried that the college is need-aware. see I'm from a country where one dollar equals the value of nearly 20 pounds: my max family contribution is no more than 5000$ per year so that's one against my odds I guess.

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