Chances at Wake Forest #International
I'm Aravind. I'm an international student applying from India to WFU.
I want to know my chances at getting one of the several scholarships at WFU.
My SAT scores aren't the best, but I've got a decent GPA.
My entire high school revolved around leadership and community service. I've won several national ad international awards for these skills. Do you think that would make the cut for merit aid?
Class 10 :10/10
Class 11 :3.97 UW
Class 12 :4.0 UW
School : Extremely competitive
SAT 1 **Not submitting**
1890, 1920, Superscored 1960
My EC's are :
->Attended 9 National/International MUN conferences. Won most of them.
->Started the first MUN society in my state.I train students from sixth grade and upwards and help them fund and achieve their conference expenses and requirements
>Hosted and chaired the first school MUN conference in my state zone.
>Attended Summer academy in the US (Elon Academy by Elon University, NC (MERIT))
>School Captain for 2014-15. Organized two international events. Several national events.
>Was in charge of the team in charge of interaction with the President of India.
>Took classes and helped in sports management.
>Official rep of school football team.
>Participated in more than 25 literary events, debates, poetry recitals. Won about 90% of them (National/State/Local)
>Led my team in more than 400+hrs of community service over 3 years with affiliation and support from Rotary club international. Undertook a string of 'firsts', from tribal aid to innovative initiatives.
>12 documented and published new community service initiatives
>Won award from Rotary intl for exemplary service (Rotary Youth Leadership Award)
>Published papers in National science congress
>Best science student of my school
>Gold medal winner from Indian Space Research organization for original research paper on space science(published)(One of the youngest recipients)
>Published several articles, poetic pieces and news reports in national daily newspapers
>Recognized by the HRD minister of India for perfect scores in high school junior year (documented)
>Presented research papers at an Indian national science congress on automobile engineering, applied mathematics, civil engineering and biology.