College Admissions Info

EGaufberg
Northeastern University, ‘19
Drama and Theatre Production

Profile Overview

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

Student Background

I am currently a graduating senior who has committed to Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts
From: Winchester , Massachusetts
Gender: Female
Race/Ethnicity: White Non-Hispanic
Admission: Early Decision
Applied To: 2 schools
Accepted At: Northeastern, UMass
Denied At:
Waitlisted At:
Withdrew From:
Is English First Language: Yes

Test Scores

32
ACT
SAT IIs:
Highest ACT:

High School Performance

3.68
GPA
Top 25%
Rank
High School Type: Public
College Classes In High School:
Academic Performance in High School: Steady

Extracurriculars & Awards

Sports: Cross Country
Extracurricular Activities: School Theater/Plays, Choir, Tutoring/Mentoring, Book Buddies, National Honor Society
How Spent Summers:
Work:

College Application Essays

625 Words
As rows of campers fill the wooden benches in the open-air chapel, I sit with my unlit candle. We are surrounded by nature; the stars and moon peek through the tree line, watching as we begin a custom I know by heart. On this last night of summer camp, our Director Jody begins the candlelight ceremony and I reflect on the experiences that have brought me to this exact moment... Most mornings at Camp Huckins, the eerie yet soothing sound...









College Admissions Advice

My advice about getting recommenders
261 Words
When you are looking for teachers to write you recommendations, look for a teacher that has insight on who you are as a person. Don't worry so much about the grades aspect, because all of that will show up on your academic report cards. In fact, if you didn't do so well in a class but had a really great relationship with the teacher, worked really hard in their class, and he/she got to know you as...







Whether I used a private admissions counselor, and advice I received
310 Words
When I first started looking at colleges my junior year, my high school guidance counselor was without doubt the best resource I had. Throughout the entire process, she gave me unfiltered and real advice about the schools I was looking at. After all, it is her job to help me choose the school that is right for ME. I was very indecisive and had a list of about 20 schools that I had conjured up. After sitting with her for about an hour, I had narrowed down my list to my top 5. She literally went through each school with me and...