College Admissions Info

Profile Overview

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

Student Background

Reader, writer, dancer, science nerd
From: Youngsville , North Carolina
Gender: Female
First Gen College Student: No
Race/Ethnicity: White Non-Hispanic
Accepted At: UNC, NC State
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Test Scores

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High School Performance

GPA, Weighted
Top 5%
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Academic Performance in High School: Steady

Extracurriculars & Awards

Extracurricular Activities: Dance, Math Team, Special Olympics
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College Application Essays

103 Words
Most people who know me only know me in one of two ways. Some know me as a serious, studious, science nerd from school. Others know me as the girl who dances no fewer than four days a week and has been dancing for sixteen years. The former group of people are always surprised when they find out just how much time I put into dance. The latter are always shocked to find that I don’t intend to pursue...

College Admissions Advice

What I’d change about my application process
89 Words
DON'T PROCRASTINATE! I was terrible about putting off applications until the last minute. Even though I always got things done on time, it cost me a lot...

Recommended summer activities during high school and college
241 Words
I can speak from experience that summer activities can be a lot of fun and very helpful in the admissions process. If you are doing academic activities over the summer, you are showing schools that you are really committed to whatever subject you are pursuing. I am going into genetics, and in the summer before my junior year, I did a research camp called Summer Accelerator for the Genetic Analysis of Signal...

My advice about getting recommenders
83 Words
This may not be life changing advice, but remember in your junior and senior year that your teachers are future recommenders. Think about what teachers...