I’m searching for colleges that send a significant portion of their undergraduates to graduate school.
I have a 3.55 unweighted, a 1260 SAT, and multiple AP’s. I’m coming from a somewhat competitive public high school.
The low gpa is due to health issues I had freshman/sophomore year—as a junior, I’ve had a 3.95 unweighted for the entire school year.
I have only taken the SAT once, and I did not study for it. I plan on taking it again (with studying) and I’m hoping for a 1300-1350.
Prospective Major: Anthropology. I would like to pursue grad school, likely in marketing, law, or public health/medicine.
Even though I did struggle with healthcare issues, I love to learn for the sake of learning. I tend to be more collaborative than competitive.
I’m looking at schools such as Reed (reach), Connecticut College (reach), St. Olaf (match), Bard (match), and Lawrence (safety).
I’m looking to stay on the Eastern Seaboard (Ohio is acceptable)… only exceptions are St. Olaf, and possibly Lawrence.