synocate

Engineering Summer Programs?

I would like to look at some options for some summer programs, I am in 11th grade at the moment with an Engineering or Computer Science interest. 3 WEEKS MAX!

synocate

I've pulled together a list for you and saved it in your folder - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FexZHgX7F7CxNnUaq4sKDfkdFlFszK0rnrWDf0BcmRE

Some of the programs you will have seen in last year's list I provided but I've tried to include the ...

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Casey M

Can you research the possibility of getting into Kelly School of Business at Indiana University through direct admit petition? What is the percentage or success for petitions and the range of GPA accepted?

Casey M

The business program at Kelley School of Business is competitive and while your student's ACT score of 34 is well above the required score, her GPA of 3.49 falls short. The website states that students may successfully petition if one of the ...

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Casey M

Undergraduate college rankings

What are the undergraduate college rankings?

Casey M

College rankings are conducted by several organizations including governments, academics and newspapers and order colleges according to various metrics including measures of funding and endowment, research excellence and/or influence, specialization ...

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Chanel_simpson

Admission Statistics

Where can I find a comprehensive table with admission statistics including admission rate, GPA, SAT and ACT scores?

Chanel_simpson

This sheet provides a list of admission statistics from 2018 of each major college in the US.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NUeb2Ht-GfRH8GeSxVUz-FWBYBDUkcaE1_n-18pRmQo

The data is taken from the Common Data Set which is sourced ...

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What is the average number of AP courses a student should have completed to increase their chance of being admitted to challenge/reach schools?

What is the average number of AP courses a student should have completed to increase their chance of being admitted to challenge/reach schools?

Chanel_simpson

There is no magic number of AP classes a student should take but it’s important to bear in mind that if you intend on applying to the more selective universities, you should take the most challenging courses available to you, which include AP ...

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Chanel_simpson

Where in the the Common Application should a lower GPA be explained?

Where in the the Common Application should a lower GPA be explained?

Chanel_simpson

If explaining the GPA is preferred (it doesn’t always seem to be the best approach) an applicant could include it in a personal statement, in the additional information field on the Common Application or a supplementary essay section.

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Julia  - research team

Which colleges require SAT subject tests?

Julia  - research team

Several colleges require that students submit Subject Tests scores from typically two content areas. These tests are in addition to the SAT I or ACT.

Most of the colleges that require (or recommend) these tests are highly selective ones (like ...

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Julia  - research team

Accepted essays for summer high school programs

Can you provide some examples of essays that were submitted to competitive summer programs and successful?

Julia  - research team

In this folder - https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1OvmrvSG-REWWxXazlEdEtkM0U - you can find summer program application essays that were accepted. It includes essay written for the COSMOS program - https://cosmos-ucop.ucdavis.edu/, MIT Launch - ...

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Julia  - research team

Test-optional colleges

Which colleges are test-optional?

Julia  - research team

Majors that increase admission chances

Can you tell me which majors will increase my chances of admission at the UCs? My areas of interest are business, psychology, cognitive science, political science, communication and sociology.

Julia  - research team

For the most part, none of your majors of interest will impact your chances of admission.

UCLA
All of your areas of interests lie within the College of Letters and Science. The College does not consider the major when choosing its ...

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