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Chances at Smith?

marebare5marebare5 Registered User Posts: 49 Junior Member
edited December 2004 in Smith College
Northern VA Resident
GPA: 3.3 unweighted, I don't know what it is weighted but I've taken 7 AP Classes and basically all the rest honors
SATs: 1440 (Verbal 800, Math 640)
SAT IIs: Writing- 800, US History- 680, Math I- 600
Awards: National Merit Commended Scholar, Athletic Honor Roll, All-District Academic Team
Extras: 4 Years Volleyball, 2 Varsity Letters
2 Years Softball, Team Captain & MVP
3 Years Travel Volleyball: 1st in Region
3 Years Travel Softball: 3rd in State
3 Years UVA Softball Camp: 2-Time Camp Hustle Award
2 Years Chamber Madrigals (Top Audition Choir): Alto Section Leader, Class Secretary, Performed at White House, Choir Varsity Letter
3 Years Show Choir: Class President, Choreographer
1 Year Vocal Jazz Ensemble
2 Years Spring Musical: Featured Role in Cappie nominated "Best Musical"
2 Years Broadway Cabaret: Featured Soloist
2 Years All-District Choir
Published Critic for Washington Post

GREAT recommendations and essays (wrote about my strong liberal leanings :-P )

any input would be great, I already sent in my app
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Replies to: Chances at Smith?

  • TheDadTheDad Registered User, ! Posts: 10,225 Senior Member
    I *think* you're in...what's your class rank? I ask about class rank because your GPA as stated is some cause for concern.

    Test scores are fine--though Smith doesn't emphasize scores--adn that 800 verbal is eyecatching. Good EC's...do you plan to continue athletics in college?
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