who was accepted?

<p>im a junior who likes wake forest and was wondering what the stats of people who got in are.</p>

<p>most people havent heard yet</p>

<p>I got in!...Azn male from Wisconsin (geographic diversity)
ACT 30. Goes to highly competitive High School. Ranked in top 13%
Great Essays, amazing recommendations. GPA is low, around 3.45 UW, 4.257 Weighted</p>

<p>I got in, too.</p>

<p>FL IB student
1340 SAT
Decent SAT IIs (if they considered this)
Good essays
Very high GPA
Not too many extracurriculars</p>

<p>I'm copying pactumfactum and wolfpack, sry :)</p>

<p>Decision: ACCEPTED</p>

SAT: 1330/2070 Superscore
SAT IIs: Bio E - 720 Lit. - 630
ACT: None
GPA: 3.60 weighted, but it's heavily deflated by mostly college-level curriculum
Rank: top 20%
Other stats: AP Eng. Lang.-5</p>

Essays: Very good, though I was a bit worried that my first was off-topic
Teacher Recs: Very professional, I think
Counselor Rec: Very well-done. My GC worked with me one-on-one throughout the year, and he really wanted me to go to my dream school (Wake)
Hook (if any): Legacy (my dad), ED deferee</p>

State or Country: Columbus, Ohio
School Type: College Prep or higher; Goes above and beyond preparing students for the grade deflation and academic rigor of high-level college classes
Ethnicity: White, but slightly multiracial (1/4 Japanese)
Gender: Male</p>

<p>Other Factors:</p>

<p>Extracurriculars: West Virginia Ecological Service Project, NHS, School tutoring, 4 year varsity tennis captain and MVP, various church activities....</p>

<p>Why I think I was accepted/rejected/waitlisted: Legacy (contributing) probably played a big role, but I think I would have been well-qualified without being so. I had solid test scores and an unique high school academic background. Also, I was the only one from my school to apply to Wake. From applying ED, they probably knew that I was fully commited to my application too, and that if they took me, I would definitely come. I visited, interviewed as well.</p>


<p>BTW, for anyone wondering, it came in a plain-looking, large white package that had the logo printed at the top.</p>