College Admissions Info

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ‘18
BS, Computer Science

Profile Overview

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

Student Background

MIT student, loves writing, playing and listening to sad music, and other assorted activities
From: Glocester , Rhode Island
Gender: Male
Race/Ethnicity: White Non-Hispanic
Legacy: No
Admission: Early Action
Applied To: 8 schools
Accepted At: GA Tech, WPI, Northeastern, Cornell, MIT
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Is English First Language: Yes

Test Scores

Converted SAT Score: 1580
Highest SAT: 2350
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High School Performance

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

Extracurriculars & Awards

Sports: Cross Country, Tennis
Extracurricular Activities: School Band, Boy/Girl Scouts
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College Application Essays

249 Words
Life in a small town in Rhode Island presents a strange dichotomy – on the one hand, I have been raised in a seemingly isolated place, while on the other, I claim one of the most culturally diverse regions in the world to be my home. By residing in such proximity to the mountainous wilderness of northern New England, the beautiful seaside towns of my own state, and the vibrant cities of Providence, Boston, and New York, I have acquired a...

College Admissions Advice

Most popular extracurricular activities at my college
137 Words
This may seem random, but I when I first came to MIT I was taken by how many dance groups there were. I'd never danced before, and never really knew of dance tropes being a thing at all since they were...

My favorite course thus far, and why
371 Words
Though I knew my first year at school would mostly consist of general requirements and the like, I never thought I'd come out saying my favorite classes were my two calculus classes. I was packed in with a (relatively) small group of other students who, like me, had taken single-variable calculus in high school but did not feel confident enough to skip the course altogether in college. Instead, we took an accelerated version of the Calculus I in the first half of the fall semester, and an only slightly accelerated Calc II over the rest of the semester and the...

What I’d change about my school if I were student body president
32 Words
The culture of trying to do everything possible. Sure, it's...