Honors/Awards Question

<p>1.) I've had perfect attendance since the 3rd grade; how would I clarify that on the Honors section? Or should I just explain in the Additional Information section?</p>

<p>2.) The AP Scholar Awards are designated national-level achievements correct? </p>


<li><p>Not sure.</p></li>
<li><p>You are correct.</p></li>

<p>Thanks for the quick reply. I forgot another question, sorry!</p>

<p>3.) I was awarded an academic achievement scholarship award in another country (the country of my parents' birth). Would this go under International? </p>

<p>Thanks again!</p>

<p>You probably shouldn't include perfect attendance since 3rd grade because it's not that big of an academic honor and it's not very impressive. And yes to #2.</p>

<p>Yeah - 5 spaces for honors seems limited so I'm trying to mix it up. I'm going to take out some of the AP Scholar Awards and put some state-level recognition instead for athletics and chess. </p>

<p>I suppose perfect attendance can be noted in the Additional Information section.</p>

<p>Is it worth putting the AP Scholar awards down, though, if the AdComs can see my scores anyway?</p>

<p>That's a good question. I thought about that too but I think it still stands out if you list it. </p>

<p>I don't think it's worth putting multiple ones, however. For example, I currently have the AP Scholar with Honor and I should be receiving the AP Scholar with Distinction AND the National AP Scholar. It would be a waste of space if I put them all down?</p>

<p>Yes, I'd just put down National AP Scholar. It eclipses the other two.</p>

<p>How do you know if you are a scholar?</p>

<p>^ you'll get something in the mail around september. </p>

<p>or check the collegeboard site--they'll have it.</p>

<p>Would having a full-tuition scholarship to my Catholic high school be an award worthy to be put down?</p>