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Pictures of Hot Stanford Girls!!!!

evil_asian_dictatorevil_asian_dictator - Posts: 2,306 Senior Member
edited November 2006 in Stanford University
First you have to evaluate my admission chances though.;)

Ethnicity: Asian Subcontinental Indian
Sex: Male
School Type: Competitive Public(about 500 kids)
GPA: ~3.7(just grades 10 and 11)
Courseload: 10 AP Courses and 2 College Math Classes in Multivariable Calculus/Linear Algebra(most rigorous courseload in history of school)
SAT I: 2200(720CR,760M,720W)
ACT: 35(32E,35M,36R,35S)
SAT II(3 best): 780 Math II, 720 USH, 700 Physics
Prospecitve Major: Economics/International Studies

Major EC's/Positions/Involvement: Quiz Bowl(Varsity Captain), International Club(Historian and Citywide Representative), Math Club(Founder/President), Model United Nations(Secretary/Conference Chair), City Youth Health Council(Committee President), Policy Debate(Local Team and Speaker Awards), National Honor Society, Mock Trial Group, Club/School JV Tennis all 4 years etc. etc.

Summers: went to summer school/played organized tennis/attended International Relations summer camp in VA and Business seminar in PA

Volunteering: 100+ hours at local hospital(Information Desk Manager), ~50 hours at local library, 50+ hours tutoring through school, 50 hours performing Indian dance troupe, ~40 hours Relay for Life

Major Awards: AP Scholar with Distinction, National Merit Semifinalist, TASP Finalist, AIME Qualifier(5 on exam), AMC 12 Distinction(111.5 on exam), State Student Congress Delegate X2 years(served on House Foreign Affairs Committee and Executive Branch), US Physics Team Nominee, Toyota USA $400 Scholarship Winner, AMC 10 Distinction(126 on exam), School Letterman/Honor Roll Recipient X3 years

Recommendations: one from AP Lang teacher and one from AP USH teacher(should be pretty good)

Essays: should be awesome i.e. will be by far the best part of my application hands down

Muchas gracias por favor.
Post edited by evil_asian_dictator on

Replies to: Pictures of Hot Stanford Girls!!!!

  • DinaZhangDinaZhang Registered User Posts: 723 Member
    good ECs.........................
  • fuzzylogicfuzzylogic Registered User Posts: 1,505 Senior Member
    that's hecka deceptive. anyway you have a good shot. apply and pray for that acceptance letter.
  • evil_asian_dictatorevil_asian_dictator - Posts: 2,306 Senior Member
    My biggest worry is that my GPA is too low despite my rigorous courseload. I'm top 20 percent since my school doesn't weigh courseload at all(lots of kids taking easy classes to get that 4.0) but all my B's are in AP math/science classes. I'm hoping that my math scores and stuff will show that I'm a capable math student and I'm not going into engineering, so hopefully a B+ in AP Physics or something won't kill me. Are any of you aware if Stanford views GPA merely as something just to check off to know that an applicant is academically capable or do they discern readily between a 3.8 and a 4.0 for instance?? Thanks.:)
  • tokenadulttokenadult Registered User Posts: 17,471 Senior Member
    You just nuked your chances with the sexist thread title.

  • yahoooyahooo Registered User Posts: 1,386 Senior Member
    I have the same question about the GPA. How much of a difference is it between a 3.8 and 4.0? (UW)
  • nngmmnngmm Registered User Posts: 5,708 Senior Member
    "How much of a difference is it between a 3.8 and 4.0? (UW)"

    It would depend on your school profile. If 3.8 puts you in top 5-10% of your class, you are fine. If it's top 30%, you probably should not bother applying.
  • WhatIsAYouthWhatIsAYouth - Posts: 50 Junior Member
    where are my hot girls pictures?

    ACT great. SATs not so great. GPA is not good. ECs/Awards are generic (you have leadership, but nothing really stands out)

    probably reject, unless you pull off SUPER essays and get straight As first semester senior year
  • evil_asian_dictatorevil_asian_dictator - Posts: 2,306 Senior Member
    ^I totally agree with that evaluation!!!:) You basically read my mind dude, except for the part that SAT scores don't matter if you have a higher ACT score or vice versa, since Stanford takes your highest of the two combinations.
  • WhatIsAYouthWhatIsAYouth - Posts: 50 Junior Member
    how many times have you taken the SAT I? i don't understand the disparity between the ACT and SAT I scores
  • evil_asian_dictatorevil_asian_dictator - Posts: 2,306 Senior Member
    I've taken the SAT twice with around a 2000 the first time(October in junior year) and obviously 2200 the second time in April. I got my 35 ACT in June after getting a 31 in February. Pretty sure that I can get 2300+ if I were to retake the SAT I, which I will in January, since I was feeling sick when I took it the second time...
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