College Admissions Info

University of Southern California, ‘19
BA, Visual Arts

Profile Overview

Profile contains
  • Test Scores
  • High School Performance
  • Extracurriculars & Awards
  • Personal statement
  • 1 advice topics

Student Background

Went though a pipe full of sh*t, came out clean
From: Corona , California
Gender: Male
First Gen College Student: No
Race/Ethnicity: Asian, Black / African American
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Test Scores

Converted SAT Score: 1290
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High School Performance

GPA, Weighted
Top 25%
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Academic Performance in High School: Low one semester/year
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Extracurriculars & Awards

Extracurricular Activities: Dance
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College Application Essays

Being a self-taught dancer & entertainer since the age of 12 and not having the greatest environment to express my unique take on performing arts, striving to become part of such a grand university felt only natural. USC has a history of being the haven for many successful, innovative, and inspiring individuals. And within this environment, much has happened. Visions matured into reality. Geniuses ventured into uncharted territory. Stars found their identity. Greatness was spored as a product of this institution and...

This second essay I'm about to share is actually my accepted Appeal after being rejected from USC. It's personal but I believe it's a story worth sharing. Hopefully it'll give some hope and encouragement to those who have faced rejection or any degree of failure and help them realize that there's always a way. Enjoy! - "USC Admissions, Upon receiving the thin white envelope in the mail, like many other hopeful people, I was disappointed, disheartened, and embarrassed. Many have...

College Admissions Advice

How I chose schools to apply to
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The way I went about choosing the proper school that fit who I am was already knowing what I wanted to do. I spent most of my childhood getting to understand and know myself, without conscious effort. I did this by simply being open to ideas, people, perspectives, and all the...