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The wait is killing me. Class of 2021

vzee1105vzee1105 Registered User Posts: 33 Junior Member
edited March 8 in What Are My Chances?
Northeastern, uni of Connecticut, nyu, Boston uni
Applied business majors for all
Sat:1390 on new, 1930 on old
Act: 28 but I didn't send it
UW GPA: 3.8
Extracurricular: 200 hours of volunteering with key club and interact club, 2 years of placing at FBLA regional competition, and in about 2 other small, random clubs at school
Jobs: worked 3 years as a hostess at a restaurant, worked 8 months as sales in retail
Essay: wrote about my experience growing up in a family restaurant with immigrant parents. Submitted additional essays on my app stat check page, and they were about my curiosity for my culture and an additional essay about the surroundings of the family restaurant my parents ran
AP: Chinese 5 (didn't take class), HGAP 3, WHAP 4, US history 3, Bio 4
Senior year: I'm taking it real chill, which I denfinitely regret. Taking 6/7 classes I can take in a day, taking Spanish 3 pass/fail (meaning no numeral grade, only thing recorded in transcript is whether I passed or failed), and honors social studies courses (I usually take AP)
Additional info: first generation college student, bilingual (mandarin. Trilingual if u count the Fuzhou regional dialect)
Family income: $120-350k annually, applied for financial aid (does this make a difference? I've seen others include this info)

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