College Admissions Info

Loyola University New Orleans, ‘20
BA, Sociology

Profile Overview

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  • High School Performance
  • Extracurriculars & Awards
  • Personal statement
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Student Background

Passionate sociology major hoping to make an impact on the world.
From: Brecksville , Ohio
Gender: Female
Race/Ethnicity: White Non-Hispanic
Accepted At: DePaul, U of Minnesota, Pace, Roosevelt, Drexel, LIU, EC, CUNY
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Is English First Language: Yes

Test Scores

Converted SAT Score: 1330
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High School Performance

Top 25%
High School Type: Religious
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Academic Performance in High School: Steady

Extracurriculars & Awards

Extracurricular Activities: Boy/Girl Scouts, Local Orchestra / Symphony / Band, Marching Band, Nonprofit, NGO or Charitable Organization, School Band, School Choir, School Jazz / Orchestra, School Theater/Plays, School Newspaper/Magazine/Journalism, National Honor Society
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College Application Essays

Personal Statement for LUNO, DePaul, NYU, GWU, Northeastern, Pace, Drexel, Tulane, LIU, EC: Creative personal story, Feeling out of place, One moment that changed you
418 Words
“I’ll have a medium, decaf, soy, wet, hazelnut cappuccino, please.” I speak slowly as to not overwhelm the new barista taking my semi-ridiculous order at the Nervous Dog Café, a charming little coffee shop just a mile or two from my school. My order is a complicated one that probably makes the guy in line behind me roll his eyes. I used to apologize to the barista: “I know, I’m difficult,” I’d say. But I don’t...

College Admissions Advice

Why I ultimately chose my school
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Loyola was the very last of the schools I visited. After 15 trips to all different parts of the country, I didn't expect much out of this place. I could probably be an admissions counselor myself with how well I knew every school's catch phrases...