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Now is a time that I wish I was still in college. Oh well, what can you do?
My final grades are slated to be excellent and I have the right extra currics and Im fairly certain I can write a decent essay. While my transcripts up to grade 11 are stellar, my final two years show poor terms grades. Does this completely nix my chances of admission?
Can a good SAT score and good end results, paired with essays that show my passion outweigh the negative set backs of a despicable term report? If I cite my genuine personal problems will I sound like a brown noser [ pardon the pun] or just someone who honestly had a tough time and it affected their grades? Beign a student from across the globe means Im already disadvantaged for a spot, can you tell me how much this will adversely affect my chances?
Any response will be welcome. Thank you. And for those of you who are already there, I have to ask-Is the campus pretty? As an architects daughter I simply must know.
- Current Mood: curious
Not asking for a "how'd you get in?" "do you think I have a chance here?" because I honestly don't give a s****
But I guess this brings into question the question: are you willing to take a risk? (redundant)
I'm pretty sure Brown's for me given I was able to write an essay for Brown without hesitation and that's the first time (out of dozens) of essays I've written so far that I felt ecstatic. Ah, better not go off on a tangent here because it's a "public" journal and this isn't about me.
Oh, and to fight off the "everyone here are just kids asking about Brown" I figured out something yesterday:
Animes are not a proper presentation of females because they never show them having periods.
- Current Mood: rejuvenated
- Current Music:David
I'm a freshman currently at Clarion University (a Pennsylvania state university). I have some questions about transferring to Brown (where I stand now, what I can do to improve my chances, etc).
Where it stands now I expect to have a 4.0 this semester (my first semester) easily. I'm vice president of the GSA on campus, I'm involved in some literary magazines on campus, etc. Basically, I have a ton of extra curricular things I'm not having any trouble balancing out with my course load. Most of my professors seem to like me a lot, as well, for whatever that's worth (letters?)
My experience in high school was sort of complicated. I don't know what my class rank or GPA was upon graduating, because I finished my last two years in a cyber school due to bullying/harrassment (I'm transsexual and I came out very young and I simply couldn't stay in public school in my area). I would guess it's about a B.
I did mediocre on my SATs and I'm very willing to take them over again to get better scores (as well as subject tests, no problem). I only took them once and didn't try very hard and that's my own fault.
If I would be interested in trying to transfer for my sophomore or junior year, is there anything I can do to improve my chances of being accepted? Is there anyone that is in or has been in my situation or a similar one before?
I looked on Brown's website and it says that I can set up accounts for my teachers at the common app website... so I guess what I'm asking is if I can do that before I submit my essays and stuff.
Gaah this is just frustrating. I'd much rather do everything on paper because I just like being able to hold something in my hand.
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Thanks in advance for any responses!
The website is a little unclear: for regular decision, it's clear that letters will be sent out, and/or you can find out online. I'm just trying to figure out if the same is true for ED candidates.
(it's for a story I'm writing -- just want to be accurate)