Chance Out-Of-State

<p>Applying for computer science; out of state.</p>


<p>Freshman GPA: 3.52
Sophomore GPA: 3.52
Junior GPA: 3.75 W, 3.7 UW
Overall GPA: About 3.6 (My school does not inflate GPA's. The median GPA of my class is a 3.2). Although my school does not officially rank, I would say I'm in the top 3rd of my class.)</p>

<p>SAT Critical Reading: 610
SAT Math: 680
SAT Writing: 680
Total: 1970</p>

<p>AP Courses:
Computer Science A

<p>3 letters of recommendation (math teacher, club advisor, guidance counselor)</p>


<p>President of Support our Soldiers Club (10,11,12)
-Interviewed WW2 Veteran, contributed to National Archive, spoke @ school assemblies</p>

<p>Red Cross Volunteer (8,9,10,11,12)
-Office management, computer database organization, phone duty, etc.</p>

<p>Varsity Swimming (9,10,11,12)
-Not a recruit!</p>

<p>Member of School Atmosphere Committee(11,12; Club was founded last year)
-Group of students selected by faculty
-Helped create a video to send to New England Board of Accreditation to display information about our school
-Spread word about school ideals and beliefs in various ways</p>


<p>I am of Hispanic descent.</p>

<p>Can pay full OOS tuition for 4 years.</p>

<p>We're missing a critical piece of information. Admission is by college. Are you applying to College of Liberal Arts (BA in Computer Science) or College of Science and Engineering (BS in Computer Science)?</p>

<p>If we have that information, we can check last year's freshman profile, Academic</a> Profile, to see how you would have fit with that group. You'll notice that for CLA, your SAT CR+M of 1290 is 29 points higher than that of the average admit whereas for CSE, it's 64 points lower. Since your school doesn't rank it's tough to say where your GPA would fit in.</p>

<p>I don't pretend to know your chances; I'm just pointing out the available data. You'd be wise to talk to someone in Admissions.</p>

<p>Good luck!</p>