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    Jane Doe

ChanceMe (CS/Bio major) for Johns Hopkins, UIUC, WashUSTL, Stanford, Ivies, and other T30s. Stats: (Just started my junior year at a new school) Freshman - SAT Math 2 (800) Sophomore - SAT Physics (800), SAT Chemistry (760) APs - 2017 - Calculus BC (5), Physics C: Mechanics (5); 2018 - AP Chemistry (5), AP Physics C: E&M (5), Statistics (5), Computer Science A (5) Upcoming tests - SAT in October, SAT Biology M in December, AP Biology and AP English Language and Composition in May. If my practice tests are any indication, I'll probably end up getting a mid-1500's score on the SAT. GPA (CBSE) - 9th - 10.0/10.0; 10th - 95.4% **school change** ECs: One of 11 state finalists for the Junior Science Olympiad (NSEJS) - 10 State Rank 25 in JSTSE - 9 Guitar (no certifications though) - 3 years now House Captain - 9 IT Secretary - 10 MOOCs on edX - MITx's Python track and Data Science MicroMasters program (or was it XSeries?) without a certificate.

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    Anupama Singh
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Anupama Singh Answered a year ago

I fully agree with Tom, but you will also need to consider not just your personal data points, but what did you learn and how have you grown from these experiences? How are you changing the world?

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    Tom O'Keefe
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Tom O'Keefe Answered a year ago

I'd recommend that you consider consulting directly with an expert on ChanceMe.in given the depth and breadth of your question. You can click the profile icon of an expert on their response to view their contact information.

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