[<em>] SAT I (breakdown): M 550, R 660, W 650 (1860)
[</em>] ACT: R 33, E 32, M 24, S 23; Composite: 28
[<em>] SAT II: U.S. History 700, Literature 660
[</em>] Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.78/4.1
[<em>] Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): top 10%
[</em>] AP (place score in parenthesis): U.S. History 4, English Language 4, Psychology 5, IN PROCESS: European History, Literature, Microeconomics, U.S. Government and Politics, Statistics
[<em>] IB (place score in parenthesis): N/A
[</em>] Senior Year Course Load: AP: Euro, Lit, Micro, GoPo, Stat and Yearbook
[li] Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): My yearbook staff has won national awards: Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) Crown(s), National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) Pacemaker Finalist. I was a Staff Writer for the book that won a Silver Crown, People Editor for the book that is a Crown and Pacemaker Finalist (we'll find out Gold/Silver Crown and whether or not we won the Pacemaker in March and April respectively). <--Most people haven't hear of these awards, but they are a HUGE deal in yearbook and journalism. The Pacemaker is the equivalent of a Pulitzer in student journalism.</p>[/li]
<p>Personal Yearbook awards: Most Impressive Staffer, 11th Grader of the Year, First Place in Theme Development</p>
<p>School Awards: Honor Roll, PRIDE in Writing Finalist</p>
[<em>] Extracurriculars (place leadership in parenthesis): Yearbook (People Editor 11th, Editor-in-Chief 12th), National Honor Society, Interact, Key Club, Book Club, SADD
[</em>] Job/Work Experience: Payless Sales Associate, Checkers Crew Member, Assistant at my father's business
[<em>] Volunteer/Community service: Hospice, church daycare, MD Association, local middle school, school events through Interact
[</em>] Summer Activities: part-time jobs, Walsworth Publishing Company's Camp Orlando (Journalism camp put on by yearbook publisher)
[<em>] Essays: I thought they were pretty good...I wrote them last minute, though. So, I wasn't expecting much.
[</em>] Teacher Recommendation: Saw 2 out of the 4. Those that I saw were really good.
[<em>] Counselor Rec: Good
[</em>] Additional Rec: N/A
[<em>] Interview: N/A
[</em>] Applied for Financial Aid?: yes
[<em>] Intended Major: Journalism and Psychology
[</em>] State (if domestic applicant): Florida
[<em>] Country (if international applicant): U.S.
[</em>] School Type: public
[<em>] Ethnicity: White
[</em>] Gender: Female
[<em>] Income Bracket: 60-70k
[</em>] Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): None? Experiences through yearbook, I guess.
[<em>] Strengths: Yearbook, attended CSPA convention at Columbia University last year and I am going again next month, letters of rec
[</em>] Weaknesses: Test scores
[li] Why you think you were accepted: I'm honestly surprised! I thought I had a chance of getting into Oxford, but I never expected I'd get into Emory CAS and Oxford! I really think my accomplishments through yearbook are what got me in because I want to major in Journalism.[/li][/ul]General Comments:</p>