Since1162016
Since1162016,
Loyola U Chicago
B.A., Mathematics
Taxation is theft.
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Background

Hometown Walnut Creek, California
GenderMale
EthnicityPrefer Not to Share
Class of2020
First Gen College StudentNo

Results, Essays, and Advice

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Waitlisted or Withdrew
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  • Loyola University Chicago (Chicago, IL)
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Loyola University Chicago (Chicago, IL)

Applied for a B.A. in Mathematics

Accepted and Enrolled Legacy: No

School Specific Essays

The administration of my school conspired to remove one of the best and most outspoken teachers at my school. I exposed and ended this conspiracy and kept that teacher at my school.
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High School Performance

Weighted GPA
3.33
 
Rank
Top 25%
 
Academic Performance in High School Low at first but improved

Test Scores

Highest ACT
32
 
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Highest SAT
1970
 
SAT Score Details
 
Converted SAT Score1390
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AP / IB Classes and Scores

Details6 classes and scores

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