Public-schooled from Texas
3.62 uw GPA (eh I know it's bad. I messed up pretty badly freshman year with all B's in honors classes (Pre-AP, not AP).)
Subject tests- Biology: 750
National Merit Semifinalist
By the end of senior year, I will have taken 13 AP classes.
Exam scores (sophomore and junior years)-
World History: 4
U.S History: 4
Human Geography: 5
English III: 4
Environmental Science: 5</p>
<p>I have good recs from my AP Psychology teacher, my AP Environmental Science teacher, and my AP U.S History teacher.</p>
Red Cross (Sophomore Year)
National Honors Society (Junior-Senior Year)
National English Honors Society (Sophomore-Senior years, currently an officer)
National French Honors Society (Sophomore year)
National Art Honors Society (Junior-Senior years, currently an officer)
Mu Alpha Theta (Junior-Senior years)
Science Club (Junior-Senior years, currently an officer)
Yearbook Student Editor</p>
<p>I've played piano for eleven years, drums for four years, and guitar for one year.
I did the CTY summer program at Hopkins.
I've participated and placed in regional science (UIL, etc) competitions.
I've won some art competitions here and there district-wide. </p>
<p>I'm a little short on volunteering, as I could have started most volunteering programs freshman-sophomore year, but because I was double promoted, I ended up a year younger and didn't meet the age requirement. Otherwise, I do have around 65 hours of volunteering at various hospitals, nursing homes, etc (as honors societies do require community service). </p>
<p>Money is not a problem.</p>
<p>Oh I've gotten awards like Academic Excellence, but my school never really gives awards to anyone other than that and sports awards on rare occasions. I'm not very athletic because of health conditions such as hypoglycemia and anemia.
Also, I am participating in Academic Decathlon this year (not sure if that helps).</p>
<p>Also I'm fluent in like four languages. LOL</p>