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Cornell University, ‘
BS, Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering, Mathematics

Profile Overview

Profile contains
  • Test Scores
  • High School Performance
  • Extracurriculars & Awards
  • Personal statement
  • 2 supplemental essays

Student Background

I'm an engineering and math student studying at Cornell University
From: Marlton , New Jersey
Gender: Male
Race/Ethnicity: White Non-Hispanic
Admission: Early Decision
Accepted At: Cornell
Denied At:
Waitlisted At:
Withdrew From:
Is English First Language: Yes
Other Language(s) Spoken: French

Test Scores

Converted SAT Score: 1460
Highest SAT: 2090

High School Performance

(no specification of weighting)
Top 10%
High School Type: Public
AP / IB Classes and Scores:

Extracurriculars & Awards

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College Application Essays

Personal Statement: Volunteer/public interest work
158 Words
Since 8th grade, I have been active in my synagogue’s youth group where, for the past two years I have served as an executive board member. In 11th grade, I was the Fundraising Vice President, which put me in charge of raising money for charity and scholarship opportunities for our members. I even started my own brand new fundraiser called “Snax with ___”. I sold snacks to religious school students in between classes every Wednesday night. I plan on doing...

Supplemental Essay: “Why us” school essay
471 Words
When global pressures such as population growth and diminishing natural resources create a new array of international problems, it is the engineer’s job to develop cutting edge solutions. Engineers manipulate what they have until a solution is found. One huge problem that faces the world today is the rising cost of food. This inflation is due in part to a growing global population and higher gasoline prices. More people means more mouths to feed, and expensive gas makes our...

Supplemental Essay: “Why us” school essay
479 Words
A young boy, his feet barely skimming the carpet, sits with his legs dangling over the edge of his living room sofa. The boy’s brown eyes are wide with concentration as he tries to comprehend a story that the news broadcasters prefaced with the headline: GENETIC CODE CRACKED. Although the boy does not understand the majority of the broadcast, his ears are acute with curiosity as he strains his 13 year old brain to grasp the advanced concepts of what...

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