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Chance me for applying to Emory this fall

loveplantsloveplants Registered User Posts: 39 Junior Member
Hi so be honest thanks!

GPA cumulative from frosh/Soph was 4.44 weighted but I am ending this year with a 4.75
Hoping to end up in top 15% of my class
I go to a large high school.
This year I am ending with all As and take AP Spanish Lang, AP Physics 1, APUSH, AP Lang, Pre Calc H, and Macro HH
Had one bad grade freshman year in Algebra II HH

April ACT I got a 30 with 33 English 32 Reading 29 Math and 26 Science
I'm taking the June ACT and hoping to get a 31/32

I have really great relationships with my teachers so I can get good letters of rec

ECs: VP of Spanish Club one year, President for 2
Track (JV) will be 4 years
Cross Country (JV) will be 3 years
Club Soccer will be 1 year
Volunteer at historical society
Have worked as a cashier/social media consultant at a toy store for 2 years
National Honor Society

Race: Half White/Half Indian

Not looking for financial aid

Legacy: My mom did her graduate degree at Emory so I have that and I love the school so I am looking to apply for Early Decision

If you have advice for other schools that would be great too I am not hard to please :)


Replies to: Chance me for applying to Emory this fall

  • collegebound7789collegebound7789 Registered User Posts: 85 Junior Member
    Your GPA is great, but your ACT score is on the lower end for Emory. If you're able to get it up to a 31/32 like you stated, that would be great. Legacy status will help. Applying early decision and showing interest will also be extremely helpful. Good luck!
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