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My chances @ UVM!

allysonb92allysonb92 Registered User Posts: 32 Junior Member
edited September 2010 in University of Vermont
GPA: 3.2 (it will be a bit higher soon because there is an error in my transcript)

ACT: Composite-28 (english 27, reading 30, math 27, science 27), Writing - 10/12

I've taken Honors Earth Science, Honors American Literature & Comp, accelerated math since 7th grade, Honors World Lit & Comp, AP European History (I got a 3 on the AP test which is 8 credits @ MSU), AP Psychology (5 on the AP test, I think 4 credits @ MSU)

My senior year I'm taking AP Statistics, AP World History, AP English Lit, Geology (for college credit), Spanish III, Economics, and a ceramics class.

I played tennis for three years, i've been playing the piano since i was seven, part of the InterAct club (volunteer group), summer job where students run a business, and ski club since sixth grade.

I also participated in Girls State this summer at Michigan State University for a week. Only 300 girls from the state of Michigan were selected to go.

OH yeah, and I'm an OOS girl if that helps at all.
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Replies to: My chances @ UVM!

  • mjwhiteymjwhitey Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
    With an ACT score of 28 you have a good chance of getting into UVM. I would like to say that your high school course load is much more rigorous than the students I met when I attended there.
  • allysonb92allysonb92 Registered User Posts: 32 Junior Member
    Ok thanks. I also got an email saying that I get a VIP application. What does that mean and does everybody else get it too?
  • drbdrb Registered User Posts: 1,383 Senior Member
    Many good students get it but certainly not everyone. Its a good deal - no fee, and early review (within 3 weeks of submission). Makes UVM essentially rolling admissions - which is great if UVM is a place you would want to be. Better check with your parents, though - UVM ain't cheap.
  • Chelsea0011Chelsea0011 Registered User Posts: 210 Junior Member
    The earlier you send in the VIP application, the better the chance to get a reply in the three week period. My S sent it in later when all the RD apps were coming in and it took longer than the three weeks.
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