chance me please! <3

<p>I have a very low weighted gpa = 3.6
my SAT= 2030
I think my essays are pretty good w/ a hook
President of Muslim Student Association
Started fundraiser at local elementary Schools
Volunteered in 1st grade class room
robotics team
Member for 6 years in a Women in Science and Technology program

<p>@gorehpakoreh: Sorry to barge in, but I needed to be chanced too. Hope you don't mind :)</p>

<p>I'm an int'l student and have wondering whether to EDII at Kenyon or BMC. Chance me?</p>

<p>SAT1 2040
Terrible SATII
TOEFL ibt 116
GPA 3.5 unweighted
Top 10% throughout high school</p>

<p>Plenty of ECAs, mostly in the writing field. Volunteering work. Currently working as a freelance writer for a national magazine.</p>

<p>Recos will be good. Essay too (though the supplements are another story).</p>

<p>What do you reckon?</p>

<p>Bump. Im surprised this got so little replies.</p>

<p>Gorehpakoreh, I think you have a pretty good chance. My daughter was accepted to BMC a few years ago with about the same stats as you. BMC welcomes diversity, and has a strong science program. Good luck to you ;-)</p>

<p>@fairburn, thank you. Do you know anything about submitting your federal tax return via idocs? My parents have not filed for 2011 and are waiting until June, so what are my options?</p>

<p>Your parents may not be able to wait until June. If they have a very specific reason for waiting so long, then I suggest that you contact the financial aid office right away. You will want to speak with a financial aid officer to explain. They may be willing to accept your parents 2010 tax return, but more likely they will tell you that your parents return must get done earlier to be eligible.</p>

<p>There is nothing special about idoc. Instead of sending the return to the financial aid office on campus, you will be asked to send it to idoc which is administered by the College Board. You will have to fill out an idoc cover sheet which is no big deal, but just be careful to follow the instructions exactly, or it won't get processed, and will be sent back to you.</p>

<p>If the financial aid office is willing to accept your parents' 2010 return, then they will probably have you mail it directly to them (not idoc.) Then, of course, they will need the 2011 returns as soon as they are finished, and your financial aid award will be subject to change after they have seen the 2011 return.</p>

<p>I hope that helps!</p>

<p>I am accepted by BMC at EDII few days ago.
I got exactly 2030 in my SAT test.
And I think that your resume is pretty competitive!</p>

<p>Best luck!</p>

<p>Your TOEFL score is terribly high!</p>