and if not admitted for SCEA, for RDs, am considering
HYP, Columbia, Penn, Cornell, Dartmouth, Williams, Northwestern for now. :-)
High School: Very competitive. One of the most prestigious in my country.
SAT1: CR/W/M 750/800/790 (09 Jan)
770/900/800 (09 June)
SAT2: Math2C 800
US History 740
AP: Micro&Macro econ, US History, US Gov Pol, CalculusBC (with AB subscore), Chemistry, Psychology, English Language - All 5s including AB subscore
Extra - curriculurs
A. HUMAN RIGHTS
1. Founding president, Pan-High School Organization for Human Rights of Migrant Workers
-> monthly street campaigns, interviewed and acknowledged by a newspaper.
2. President, volunteer club in Local center for foreign migrant workers
-> weekly teacher for English, and visited local hospitals to see the migrant workers
3. Editor-in-chief, Multilingual newspaper for the migrant workers in the town where I do community service
4. Volunteer Work, Free Clinic for Migrant Workers in a local Church
5. Founding president, a chapter of non-governmental international student organization
-> We made petition for the local government with regards to the foreign migrant workers in that city and also held a daily event for the migrant workers (recreational activities)
6. attended a variety of forums regarding Human Rights
7.Wrote a requested article about my work in the human rights field in a prestigious weekly magazine .
8. Completed distance-learning e-courses with professionals and NGO activists:
a course about Minority Rights and International Law
a course about Human Rights Leadership Development
B. JOURNALISM, etc
1. Reporter of the Ministry of Justice, Human Rights Department
2. Reporter, a local Media Center for teenagers.
3. Stanford EPGY: the most rigorous course in this program. got a good grade.
4. Internship at a Law Firm, concerning legal rights of Migrant workers
5. Business club (president) , Magic club, Acapella club....etc
C. Academic Awards: several national ones, and .. national 1st in an essay contest concerning the Human Rights..