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Chances in Villanova

Tryna be smartTryna be smart Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I have a 3.8 cumulative GPA. Freshman 3.2 Sophomore 4.1 Junior 4.1. I am currently in a couple of clubs and am hispanic and do not have much community service. I will have taken 2 AP's after high school but come from a very competitive Catholic School so Catholic colleges are harder to get into with so many applicants. What can I do to bolster my chances?

Replies to: Chances in Villanova

  • pkchamp89pkchamp89 Registered User Posts: 612 Member
    edited August 2017
    You don't give your standardized test scores. I would suggest preparing and doing well on either the SAT or ACT. Your entering senior year now, correct? Running out of time depending on how you are applying to colleges; ED, EA or RD?
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