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Do I have any possibility of getting admission to trinity college?

PawanwbPawanwb Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
I'm an international student from South Asia.
I have following qualifications,

I was always in top 10% in high school ( A/L's majoring Physics, Chemistry and Biology)
Best student of the high school - year 2012
( I do not wish to submit SAT scores as Trinity college is test flexible)

International Science Olympiad (Two gold medals and one bronze medal)
Two times Intel ISEF (USA) finalist
Outstanding youth award from the President of the Country
Two pending patents

Represented National Music troop at international folklore festivals
National winner in Music (classical)
Volunteer experience since grade 10
Established an own organization for the popularization of science research among the school students country (empowered more than 30 000 students)
Motivation Speaker
Involved to many extra-curricular activities in school (President of science club, Founder president of Research club )

First generation college student
Parents are separated since I was 5 years old
Annual income is less than 2500 USD (3 members in the family)

QUESTION - Do I have any possibility of getting admission to trinity college?

Replies to: Do I have any possibility of getting admission to trinity college?

  • gardenstategalgardenstategal Registered User Posts: 4,724 Senior Member
    I think yes, you have a good chance. Because admissions may not be familiar with your school though, test scores that can help them compare you to other applicants, which could help you. Even subject tests would be good. With your science achievements, you should be able to produce excellent scores in math and the science you like most.
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