<p>I'm looking for someone to tell me what they think my chances of being accepted are as a transfer student at NEU.</p>
<p>Currently I'm in my third semester at the state university in Pennsylvania near my home town to save on cash. I have a 4.0, but I will be getting an A- in one of my five classes this semester, probably bringing my GPA down to a 3.9. I've taken enough credits that my high school information and SATs don't have to be listed. I'm an Eagle Scout and have participated in a variety of other activities besides Boy Scouts including Venture Scouts, Young Democrats, LGBTQA, Gay-Straight Alliance, Thespian Society, my church's youth and adult choirs, a handbell choir, and several mission trips through my church's youth group. I've served in leadership positions in several of said clubs. </p>
<p>A few questions:
1. Is it okay to send in multiple letters of recommendation from professors and an employer?
2. For letters of recommendation, is there a way to convey that I have not reviewed them? Sometimes colleges prefer knowing that the student played no part in influencing what is written in the letter.
3. I'm not sure I have many honors to list, but would I include things like Eagle Scout in that?
4. If I apply by the end of November is it likely that I'll receive notice of acceptance or not by the end of the year? They say 2-4 weeks, but with the holidays I wouldn't be surprised if things get pushed into January.</p>