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smileysabrina
smileysabrina
University of Southern California ‘16
BA, International Studies, Economics

Profile Overview

Profile contains
  • Test Scores
  • High School Performance
  • Extracurriculars & Awards
  • Personal statement
  • 2 supplemental essays

Student Background

From: Seattle , Washington
Gender: Female
Race/Ethnicity: Asian, White Non-Hispanic
Legacy: No
Admission: Regular Decision
Applied To: 13 schools
Accepted At: Washington, USC, Scripps, Emory, Rice, Miami
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Is English First Language: Yes

Test Scores

2300
SAT
Converted SAT Score: 1560
Highest SAT: 2300
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High School Performance

3.80
GPA
Top 25%
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High School Type: Public
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Academic Performance in High School: Steady

Extracurriculars & Awards

Sports: , Tennis
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College Application Essays

Mottephobia It lurks in the darkest corners of the night, camouflaged in shadow, silent and still. Stealthily, it creeps ever closer, unbeknownst to its potential victim. Endowed with powers of flight and swiftness, this creature’s anatomy is perfectly suited to carry out its nefarious plot to induce pure, abject terror in its unsuspecting witness—a terror so relentless, so crippling, that you must summon every iota of courage you possess just to turn tail and run until your legs...









Supplemental Essay: Diversity statement
621 Words
What point of view to Rice will I bring? What perspective can I share, both unique and intriguing? Well, my response to this query I must admit Will prove rather hard to actually submit For to you I must tell, my life’s not been that hard I haven’t been picked on, ridiculed, or scorned However in lieu of such eye-opening experiences I give you this list of qualities, which, in all seriousness I know that I possess to...









Supplemental Essay:
1059 Words
Charlotte Bronte is often lauded for creating in Jane Eyre one of the first strong, independent female characters in English literature, and for paving the way for an expansion of women’s rights in Victorian England. But if Bronte’s goal in writing Jane Eyre was to advocate for the societal advancement of women in addition to publicizing the oppression many women experienced at the time, then she failed miserably at achieving the former, as well as at leading the...















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