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peacebuggieepeacebuggiee Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
edited September 2011 in SUNY at Albany
SUNY is my #1 choice for college and I'm scaring myself into thinking I'm definitely not even an option for them. I'd love some advice as to whether I should brace myself for a rejection.

SAT: 1570, Math- 500, Reading- 510, Writing- 560, but I'm taking them this Saturday after finally completing algebra II last year.
G.P.A. - 3.5 Unweighted
Volunteer/Extracurricular - President of the Poetry Club, Leads in the Drama Club Plays for the past 2 years, Many Local, Statewide, National and one International Writing Award, Published Poetry, I'll have 7 UConn Credits by the time I graduate (all transferable), I've taken all honors classes (no AP), Martial Arts for 9 years, Choir Music Award every year, and I performed the dedication speech at the 9/11 10-year anniversary for my town. I've taken 4 years of Spanish, and I'm also out of state and I won't be needing on-campus housing if that counts for anything....

I'm looking into their political science or journalism majors as well.
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