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can more graduated seniors do "actual results" threads?

GetOuttaBuffaloGetOuttaBuffalo Registered User Posts: 850 Member
edited January 2014 in What Are My Chances?
One current post lists a person's stats, what schools they applied to, and their results. This would be an even better alternative to someone randomly posting "can i get into cornell?" We don't know, but looking at the stats of people who did and did not get in will help you make a more educated guess.

See what I'm saying? So could more graduated seniors who just went through the process post their stats and results? That would rock! Thanks guys!!
Post edited by GetOuttaBuffalo on

Replies to: can more graduated seniors do "actual results" threads?

  • A2Wolves6A2Wolves6 Registered User Posts: 4,232 Senior Member
    Just search for 2006 decisions in the school you're interested in's forum. Basically all the schools have acceptance/rejection threads, although you're going to find a higher percentage of acceptances posted than rejections because people aren't going to come on and brag about their rejection. Or if you find a poster with similar stats, search that member's posts and check out where they got in/were rejected.
  • GetOuttaBuffaloGetOuttaBuffalo Registered User Posts: 850 Member
    BUMP. thanks to those who are beginning to post theirs! make them separate threads, too...for easier access. awesome
  • KG974KG974 Registered User Posts: 467 Member
    i think the OP wants specific Threads to be given... prolly so they're easier to search for ... and comment on
  • squiggle22squiggle22 Registered User Posts: 264 Junior Member
    Accepted: Swarthmore, Williams, Pomona, Wellesley, Wesleyan, Oberlin, Kenyon
    Rejected: Yale

    School Type: Private Jesuit
    Location: California
    Race/Gender: biracial. marked other on applications but national achievement prolly gave it away.
    Prospective Major: undecided
    Unweighted GPA: 3.6
    Weighted GPA: 4.2
    Class rank: n/a

    SAT I Scores
    SAT I Math: 760
    SAT I Critical Reading: 680
    SAT I Writing: 740
    ACT- 32

    SAT II Scores
    SAT II Literature: 720
    SAT II U.S. History: 720
    SAT II Math IIC: bad. lets not discuss that

    Long-form Info

    Extracurricular Info
    Frosh Mentor
    Retreat Leader
    Member of three choirs
    private voice lessons
    have performed lead roles in three musicals during the last 2 years
    guitar lessons
    student tutor
    handbell choir

    5 hours a week for three years with a swim program for children and teens with cerebral palsy.
    300 hours a summer for two years for a day camp
    5 hours a week for one year with the city children's chorus.

    Work Experience
    *Babysit- 10 hours a week
    no time for a real job

    *National Merit Commended Student
    *Questbridge finalist
    *Quest SCholars semifinalist
    *National Achievement Finalist
    *California Scholarship Federation life member
  • 2boysima2boysima Registered User Posts: 1,794 Senior Member
    When listing schools, please note where you will be attending (unless you think it will create confidentiality issues.)
  • JC-FighterPilotJC-FighterPilot Registered User Posts: 82 Junior Member
    ill do my brother's:

    Gpa: 3.7 UW at both community college and H.S
    4.0 W


    SAT: 1150 (math & verbal)

    - Varsity tennis
    _ JV wrestling
    - NHS


  • huskem55huskem55 User Awaiting Email Confirmation Posts: 4,284 Senior Member
    i can do my sister, even though she looked at schools that people on this board would rarely be interested in:

    White female, competitive public high school, CT. documented medical issues and resulting LDs.

    3.3gpa (UW, but only took 1 AP class, no honors)
    ~1060 SAT

    Most show her passion in working with kids (jobs, volunteering)
    some other volunteer work
    active member/president of youth group
    weekly religious culture classes (at night)
    2 yrs on sports team
    2 yrs of band

    excellent recs
    good essays

    uconn- deferred, rejected
    northeastern- rejected
    bryant - accepted, large scholarship
    quinnipiac- accepted
    uri - accepted
    u hartford- accepted, half tuition, attending.
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