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Transferring to Cornell - advice please

dreamiesdreamies Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
I am going to college in 2011, Spring. Cornell has always been my dream school, but I didn't apply because I knew that I wouldn't be even considered. My sat scores were about 1700...
I am an international, and my school didn't have GPA but I think it would have been somewhere around 3.0.

Anyways, I am seriously considering transferring as soon as my freshman year is over to Cornell, as an architecture major. I was wondering if anyone would like to share some 'tips' for me, or what I should try doing throughout my freshman year to really become a competitive transfer student.

Thanks in advance.
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