College Admissions Info

Profile Overview

Profile contains
  • Test Scores
  • High School Performance
  • Extracurriculars & Awards
  • Personal statement
  • 5 supplemental essays
  • 4 advice topics

Student Background

Music major at Tufts University hoping to become a vocal music teacher!
From: Colorado Springs , Colorado
Gender: Female
First Gen College Student: No
Race/Ethnicity: Native American, White Non-Hispanic
Accepted At: Wash Coll, Colorado State
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Test Scores

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High School Performance

GPA, Weighted
Top 1%
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Academic Performance in High School: Steady

Extracurriculars & Awards

Sports: Basketball
Extracurricular Activities: School Choir, Local Orchestra / Symphony / Band, School Jazz / Orchestra, School Theater/Plays, National Honor Society, Tutoring/Mentoring, Boy/Girl Scouts
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College Application Essays

Personal Statement for Tufts, Stanford, Dartmouth, Tulane, Wash Coll, Colorado State: Career aspirations, Childhood memory, Interest in fine arts, Interest in other academic subject, Role model/inspiration
664 Words
There's a reason teachers don't tell you how complicated things really are. If I had known that there were different kinds of bowstrokes and that the time period of a piece dictates how you play it, I would have stopped playing violin. If I had known that inflected languages have verbs that look passive but are active, I wouldn't have seen the beauty in those languages. That's a lot of information for a twelve year old, just like the ideas...

Supplemental Essay for Tufts: “Why us” school essay
101 Words
Every portrayal of the "Tufts student" that I've heard sounds like it's describing me. At Tufts, an admissions officer categorized a Jumbo as "intellectual," "unpretentious," "down-to-earth,"and "kind." I wandered through the Tisch Library, and the bites of conversation I heard weren't about parties or homework complaints but mathematical theories and the best way to translate a Sanskrit phrase. If I hadn't been so unabashedly eavesdropping, I would have joined in. Tufts feels full of all of the wonderful things...

Supplemental Essay for Tufts: Unique question posed by school
255 Words
I was raised by books. My very first memory is sitting on the speckled carpet of the Baltimore Public Library with an illustrated edition of Little House on the Prairie in my lap. For the first fourteen years of my life, we went to the library every week, and I devoured everything I could find in the children’s section. My mother would read aloud at night—Laura Ingalls Wilder, Maud Hart Lovelace, and Raggedy Ann. By the age of...

Supplemental Essay for Tufts: Unique question posed by school
256 Words
I don't like to sing, but I LOVE choir. It's the best part of my day. On the days we travel to a competition, singing on the bus and laughing like we’ll never stop, I’m always the one who emotionally exclaims “I love you guys!” I'm not sure exactly why I'm enamored with choir (especially when I was so disgruntled by the requirement that seniors had to audition for All-State that I chose a solo entitled "Come, Sweet...

Supplemental Essay for Stanford: Strong beliefs/principles
249 Words
Learning matters to me. My insatiable curiosity manifests itself both in and out of the classroom. I’ve never taken a class that I thoroughly disliked, and I’d love to do almost anything with the rest of my life. I have interests that I’m more passionate about than others, but ultimately I would love to be a chemist, a physicist, a mathematician, an editor, a teacher, a writer, a linguist, a translator, or a musician. I’m never...

Supplemental Essay for Stanford: Unique question posed by school
263 Words
Dear Roommate, I am organized. Not in the ordinary way: my closet isn’t color-coded, my books aren’t alphabetized, but my mind is organized, and I would like the world to be also. I am realistic; I know that it’s not, but my internal sense of justice hopes for a place where everyone is treated the way they deserve based on their own performance and behavior, and nothing else. I will not ask you to stack your books...

College Admissions Advice

Post-college plans
39 Words
Your plans might change and you should try and stay open to...

How to approach transferring schools
47 Words
When I transferred high schools, I wish I had known more about graduation requirements--be...

My advice about getting recommenders
51 Words
Try and build relationships with your high school teachers so that when they write recommendations...

Why I ultimately chose my school (Tufts)
48 Words
I loved the atmosphere at Tufts and the welcoming nature of the student body!...