Cornell - Norwegian Applicant

<p>After going through Cornell University’s ISSO Annual Statics Report I found that in the past ten years Cornell has had one undergraduate Norwegian student. I send them an E-mail asking why this is and they basically told me that they don't get Norwegian applicants. </p>

<p>My question is:</p>

<p>Would potently being the only applicant from an entire country help my chances of admissions?</p>

<p>Huge thanks to all replies.</p>

<p>I don’t think it will make a noticeable difference.</p>

<p>I can’t confirm for sure, but if you’re a competitive applicant in terms of scores/grades/ec’s, I think you’d have a higher chance than most. Cornell loves its diversity statistics. If you’re a shoddy candidate on paper, it won’t matter.</p>