<p>Planning to major in Computer Science/Engineering</p>


Composite: 29
English: 34
Math: 25
Reading: 28
Science: 27
Writing: 10</p>

<p>Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.73</p>

<p>Course Load:</p>

<p>Format Class: Grade (AP Score) </p>

<p>Freshmen Year
Computer Programming Languages: A
Geometry: A
American History: A
Biology: A
Japanese 1: A
Performing Arts: A</p>

<p>Sophomore Year
Choir: A
AP World History: B+ (3)
AP Language and Composition: A- (3)
Algebra II/Pre-Calculus: A
Chemistry: A
Japanese 2: A</p>

<p>Junior Year
Physics: B+/A-
AP Calculus: B
AP Government B+ (4)
AP Literature and Composition: A- (3)
Computer Programming/Independent Study: A
Computer Programming Languages: A</p>

<p>Senior Year (planned)
Dual Enrollment:
Calculus II
Physics 110
English 102
CS 150
History 101
At School:
Computer Programming/Independent Study</p>

<p>Taken AP Computer Science Exam, received a 4</p>

<p>Total AP classes: 5</p>

Extracurriculars: Varsity Football, Drama Club (Secretary Sophomore Year), National Honor Society President, Microsoft Student Insider (New Pilot Program, one of six students in the country)
Volunteer/Community Service: Tutoring, S.O.N.S. Outreach Talented Tenth Initiative
Summer Activities: Internships with local companies, blogging
Competitions: 2010 Imagine Cup, entering the 2011 competition
Awards and Honors: Student of the Month, received interview in local newspaper about Microsoft Student Insiders, blog post featured on the Computer Science Teachers Association website.</p>

Tested out of my Health and Economics classes.
State (if domestic applicant): Michigan
School Type: Public
Ethnicity: White
Gender: Male
Attended Camp CAEN at U of M back in 8th Grade.</p>

<p>Very strong applicant. Just don't slack on your application and you've got a great chance.</p>

<p>Agree with compactrunner.</p>

<p>I think you'd be considered a competitive applicant for direct admit CSE. You can find more information about that here: UW</a> CSE Applying to the Computer Science and Computer Engineering Majors</p>

<p>CSE Prospective HS Student Info: Information</a> for High School Students Considering CSE</p>

<p>Be sure to spend adequate time on your essay and extra curriculars (choose up to 5) section.</p>

<p>Thanks. You know anything about financial aid there? I'd be an out of state student, but I think the Out Of State tutition is comparable to U of M's instate</p>

<p>Financial aid is awful, and almost nonexistent for in state students. Luckily, UW's tuition is still relatively* cheap when compared to out of state tuition for comparable schools.</p>

<p>I'd agree with that. U of M is only a couple thousand more when compared to U of W, and that would be for me as an in state student</p>


<p>UW resident tuition for 10/11 is $8701, non-resident is $25,329
UM resident tuition (undergrad) is $11,837, non-resident is $30,001</p>

<p><a href=""&gt;;/a>
University</a> of Michigan Office of Financial Aid: Cost of Attendance</p>

<p>I had read something else. Disregard that :P</p>

<p>Cellopop, your link lists UM undergraduate out of state tuition as $36,001. So I'd say a difference of $10,000 makes UW out of state tuition relatively cheaper. Not to mention the jump from in state UM --> out of state UW is MUCH nicer ($14,000) than the jump from in state UW --> out of state UM ($27,000). In fact, UM's cost is the main reason why I opted to stay in state for UW instead of attending Michigan myself.</p>


<p>Yep, made a typo.</p>

<p>Just wondering... how much does having a low EFC help? Like say... in the 0 range? I dunno much about Financial Aid</p>

<p>It depends on the school. Some, like Stanford, MIT, etc, claim to meet 100% of your demonstrated need. But not all schools make that claim. And you need to look at how the school meets that needs, some are grants (don't have to pay back), some will offer a lot of loans.</p>

<p>If you are in-state, check out the Husky Promise:</p>

<p>About</a> The Husky Promise : Husky Promise -</p>