College Admissions Info

Baylor University, ‘20
BS, Environmental Health

Profile Overview

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

Student Background

I am a novel in progress.
From: West Linn , Oregon
Gender: Female
First Gen College Student: No
Race/Ethnicity: White Non-Hispanic
Accepted At: Belmont, Campbell, Butler, Emory, Syracuse, GFU
Denied At:
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Test Scores

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High School Performance

GPA, Weighted
Top 10%
AP / IB Classes and Scores:
Academic Performance in High School: Low one semester/year
Explanation of Any Low Grades:

Extracurriculars & Awards

Sports: Lacrosse (Recruited), Soccer, Cheer/Spirit Squad, Cross Country
Extracurricular Activities: Student Council / Government, National Honor Society, Church, Hospital Volunteer, Yearbook
Elaborate on Extracurriculars or Work:

College Application Essays

Personal Statement for Baylor, Brown, BC, Butler, Emory, Syracuse, Dartmouth, Georgetown, JHU, William & Mary, Stanford, Vanderbilt, Duke, Wake Forest, Bucknell, Tufts: Failure experience
613 Words
Varsity cross country, homecoming court, level ten gymnast, fluency in Spanish by freshman year, and QuestBridge finalist all are among my list of things I was not successful in completing. Although not receiving these titles and honors would come as so called “failures” to many, I find them to be successes in various ways. We are often asked to reflect on a time where we “failed”. We are continuously advised to “learn from our failures” and according to most, our...

College Admissions Advice

Additional material sent in after waitlisted or deferred
857 Words
Why Brown? For me, one hundred words doesn’t describe the feeling of finding your match. Brown University has lived a parallel life to myself. While sitting at one of the largest informational sessions in the state of Oregon, October of my sophomore year, I watched the representative of Brown step up to the podium and begin his speech. I was too concerned with what the other schools had just presented to even digest what he was speaking about. My mother was sitting to my right and I saw her begin to write a note down. Afterwards, she explained to...