I am international student with a SAT score of 2010. What are my chances to get into Purdue Engineering. And should I hope for a scholarship?
Any sort of input will be really appreciated!
<p>You're definitely in. Scholarship about 10-20%. Not sure. That's what the Admission board decides.
<p>Can I get in?? can I get a scholarship too/ or aid? I am an international</p>
<p>you need to give way more info than your SAT</p>
<p>lol ok agreed.</p>
<p>My SAT Score is : 2010. (Will Up This By At Least 100 Points)
(Taking it again in October. Already scoring a 2100+ score continuously on practice tests)
Subject tests, Math: 780, Chemistry:760
Class 9th: 84% (2nd in Class)
Class 10th: 93% (3rd in Class)
Class 11: 90% (2nd in Class)</p>
Musician (Pianist). Already released two of my albums with self composed songs. In the school band for 7 years. Pursuing music passionately, and hope to minor in it!</p>
<p>Debater (National Level). Won various Accolades here. 2nd in a national debate.
Navatas debate winner. British Council Debating Matters India- region finals.
Sports (Regional Level). Cricket</p>
<p>Community Service/work exp. Visited Thalassemia Ward in Hospital many times and met with patients. Visited an Old Age Home in the City for one year every week, and made a video project on it for J4J (A school initiative) .
Participated in numerous out reach programmes. Part of a school club that promotes Environmental Sustainability. Been working with the Rotary Club for past two years.</p>
<p>Leadership: Elected vice-captain of my school. Member of the School representative
<p>I think you're definitely going to be accepted, no doubt. What country are you from? You probably have a considerable chance of receiving some aid as well.</p>
<p>^ Lol, is this you? Why would you post under two different profiles and on the same thread? Haha, weird.</p>
<p>You need to take it easy man. Think of it this way: if you can gain admission to a mid-level Ivy (ex: Dartmouth), you can secure a decent scholarship package from Purdue. Now, go to the results thread and see what it takes and stop obsessing over stats lol.</p>
<p>Wow your SAT score jumped from a 2010 to a 2100 in a day? Amazing! And you took two SAT Subject tests yesterday too? Wow.</p>