Any transfers here?

<p>Hey I was wondering if anybody here is entering as a transfer for the fall 2010.</p>

<p>Marice,</p>

<p>I kind of asked this on the last thread, but I'll just ask again: could you post your stats as a transfer applicant? (btw are you transferring as a sophomore or junior?)</p>

<p>I'm asking because I am considering a transfer to WC in the future, but from what I've heard, the transfer process is very subjective.</p>

<p>Im sorry, I just saw your post, I forget to check my posts a lot of times. Im transfering this fall 2010 as a sophmore, or junior. They took 12.4 units which i dont know what that means. I transfered from a community college with a 3.8 GPA, I did not send in my ACTS because I never took them, but I dont recommend you to do this. Currently, I am an International Relations major, but I know I will change to political science at Wellesley. I graduated with an Associates in Arts with 79 credits. While in college, I had a senate internship, and I also had 500 hours of community service. My essay wwas very small(two paragraphs) so I dont think that influenced a lot. Let me know if you have any more questions, I really dont know what else to tell you that can help. You got waitlisted for fall 2010? I really hope you get accepted;)</p>

<p>Yeah, I was waitlisted, but basically, I've heard that at this point, the class of 2014 is "quite full" so that chances that I'll be accepted are really slim. I was kind of upset because WC was my top choice and I thought that I had a good chance-- I have a 2330 SAT, 700+ on all my SAT II's, 4.5 GPA, 200 hrs community service, leadership role in a competitive team, National Merit Finalist, and I play violin. </p>

<p>I'm considering a transfer in the future, but I'm not sure how much I should get my hopes up because from what I've heard, applying as a transfer might be even more competitive and WC seems to care more about subjective personal details/stories than objective achievement. </p>

<p>How was your interview (since interviews are required of transfers)? And if you could share any other info. on the application process, that would be much appreciated.</p>

<p>I answered all of this in a private message. Read your inbox;)</p>

<p>12.4 units works out to 3 semesters of classwork. You would be a second semester sophomore.</p>

<p>Hi,
I will be entering as a sophomore transfer in the fall!</p>

<p>Ummmm...
yoohoo, aren't you transferring to Smith?</p>

<p>Well I also applied to Smith, but I chose Wellesley.</p>

<p>yoohoo, where did you transfer from? And could you post your stats?</p>