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Chance of Acceptance into USF

kkristen12kkristen12 Registered User Posts: 49 Junior Member
Hi Everyone,
I applied regular decision and am waiting to hear back. I was wondering what my chances are of getting accepted? I have a 3.39 unweighted GPA (I have taken 2 Honors classes and 1 AP) from a very prestigious private school in Oregon, and I have a positive grade trend throughout my high school years. I also got a 1680 on my SAT's. I have a lot of EC activities, such as cross country, 100+ community service hours with the Red Cross (aspiring premed student), 10 years of playing the piano, art awards, vice president of the student council, student ambassador, editor in chief of the school yearbook, etc.... My father is also native american, so I have a culturally diverse background, and will be the first of my parents to graduate from college.
Based on all of this, what do you think my chances of getting into University of San Francisco are? Thanks!
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Replies to: Chance of Acceptance into USF

  • heymeiheymei Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
    did you have to write that essay? or was that just a transfer thing

    i think what helped me was the essay cuz i have a 3.3 or so. but i transferred.

    i think they like that you do community service and all too.

    well when you get accepted theyll email you first then they send you the packet then they email you that you can look at your financial statement.

    lol if you're poor like me then thatll suck cuz i declined cuz i can't pay even if they covered half the tuition.

    anyways, best of luck i guess lol.
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