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Please someone help !!

eagle2426eagle2426 Registered User Posts: 69 Junior Member

Im a junior from a very competitive School in New Jersey, UNC Chapel Hill is one of my dream schools and I would like to give you my stats so you can chance me.

Intended Major: Computer Science
Unweighted GPA : 3.8 out of 4.0
Weighted: 4.6 out of 5.0
SAT: 2350 overall
Freshman Year: One Honor
Sophomore Year: 7 Honors
Junior Year: All Honors And 3 AP's. (AP Government - AP world - AP English)
Next year/Senior Year: AP Human Geo - AP Economics - AP Music Theory - AP European History - Honors Calc - Honors English Lit -
Honors French III - Honors Computer Science
Mu Alpha Theta
National Honor Society
Key Club
Student Council
French Club
Ambassador Club
Volunteer Hours:
100+ hours at a hospice center
50+ hours at a political campaign
30+ hours at Stevens institute of
20+ MIT volunteer program
40+ Society of Women in Engineering

Extras: Took college courses through Harvard And MIT ( about 5 courses )

My school doesn't rank because of
How competitive it is but I'm part of
Cum Laude

Other schools I will be applying:
Johns Hopkins University
Rutgers University
University of Michigan
Boston University

Please please chance me !!!

Replies to: Please someone help !!

  • twogirlstwogirls Registered User Posts: 6,615 Senior Member
    I can't really tell you what your chances are, but I will tell you that you are a competitive out of state applicant. How are your letters of recommendation and essays? UNC really values giving back to the community.
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