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Chance Me, UVA 2023

matts08matts08 4 replies4 threadsRegistered User New Member
Applying to: Engineering (In state, white male)

SAT: 1430 (Math-770 CRW-660)
UW GPA- 4.0
W GPA: 4.64
Rank- 4/433
Classes: Full IB Candidate (IB HL-A Math)

Extracurriculars: NHS, Beta, Key Club, DECA (International Competitor), Math Team, Book Club, 2 year JV basketball, 2 year Varsity Lacrosse, YoungLife, SODA (Student Organization for Developing Attitude), TACA (Mentorship program), SAME Engineering Camp, + some more

Volunteering: 500+ Hours (YoungLife Capernaum, Challenger Basketball, Night to Shine, Camp Hope Richmond)

Work: Lifeguard for 3 years

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  • msportmsport 500 replies25 threadsRegistered User Member
    You could bring that CRW score up. All other factors included you've got a perfect GPA and plenty of EC's. Are you from Northern VA? If so, i'd say you're a shoe-in and don't really need to be asking if you have a chance
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  • matts08matts08 4 replies4 threadsRegistered User New Member
    I’m from Virginia but Hanover County near Richmond, not Northern VA
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  • msportmsport 500 replies25 threadsRegistered User Member
    edited June 2018
    @matts08 hanover is good, i think you're an easy accept

    I lived in Hanover/Glen Allen in elementary school (went to chamberlayne) but have been in northern va since, that's like that only place in VA that is known for having quality HS programs outside of the north - so being in the top 1-2% of your class makes you a very competitive candidate
    edited June 2018
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  • WahooAS2021WahooAS2021 32 replies1 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    You are highly competitive and will almost certainly be accepted. In state, all you really need is top 10%, a decent SAT score, and some good extracurriculars. You exceed these, except for your SAT, which is only decent--but since you are applying to the E school your high math score will still count for a lot.
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