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My GPA is a 2.8 (mostly "C" range). My SAT I is a 2340 (780 each section) and my SAT II was a 1570 (790 on chem; 780 math). I have an extensive amount of volunteer work and I play a good amount of sports (all 3 seasons X 4 years). The colleges that I am looking at are Suffolk U., Merrimack C., Northeastern U., Emmanuel C. (these are just a few that I am looking at). Do I have a chance at any of these schools? People always are telling me it is best to go to a community college first and then transfer out. However, I do NOT want to attend a community college and all and I want to go straight to a 4-year college in Massachusetts. They say that it is cheaper too. MONEY IS NOT A PROBLEM. I do NOT need financial aid what so ever. Please help me out. I am in a very stressful time right now. =/
Which of these colleges do I have a better chance at? What other colleges should I take a look at that are 4-year private in ohio that I have a really good shot at? P.S. I know that my GPA is not very great and I have mostly "C's", But im hoping that my SAT I and SAT II scores will help me along with the 200+ Volunteer hours and sports that I have.
If money is not a problem, then why are people harassing you by saying you should go to a community college because it's cheaper? In any case, based on your SAT scores, I'd say you have a very good chance - and I bet you could get a good academic scholarship as well.
Many people are suggesting a community college probably because of your grades which are pretty bad. I was accepted and attended Northeastern and its preety hard to get into, more so than the others that youve mentioned. Just apply and see what happenes and write a good essay. But also make sure you apply to a college that you know will accept you, just in case, and they may give you a better scholarship. As for money, even if you dont think of it as a problem, you need to realize that going to college is like 'the beginning of being broke.' So if your not too sure you can do well at the university level dont waste your money. Dont take it as an insult, courses at the community level are the same as at most colleges.
Check out: think you have a very good shot - alomost a certianty IMHO. Suffolk at least doesn't look too hard to get into. 33% with a grade point averge 2.5-3 is very encouraging - not like the about 10% or less I often see. Also your sat looks really good. Yep I think you will be fine. Just a commnet about a CC. Its real benefit is saving money, and of course if you can't get into a 4 year school. Going onto say medical shool for example, can be frightfully expensive even for well healed students. But if money is not an issue going to a 4 year university is fine. Just a comment about the person who said your grades are pretty bad. They arn't good - but they are a long way from bad. I would claasify them as better than average. But your sat - whoopee. You may sneak in a scollarship - no harm in trying. I can't resist it. The comment about Bill Gates is not quite correct. Yes he didn't go to MIT - he went to Harvard instead, which some rate as better than MIT (I rate them about the same) 'In the fall of 1973, Bill Gates left home for Harvard University [Teamgates.com, 9/29/96]. He had no idea what he wanted to study, so he enrolled as prelaw. Gates took the standard freshman courses with the exception of signing up for one of Harvard's toughest math courses. He did well but just as in high school, his heart was not in his studies. After locating the school's computer center, he lost himself in the world of computers once again. Gates would spend many long nights in front of the school's computer and the next days asleep in class.' Thanks Bill
Stop. Relax. And consider these points: Is which college you go to or ultimately graduate from more important than what you ultimately achieve in life? Bill Gates did not go to, say, MIT or graduate from college at all (you could check the source yourself) but he put together 1 idea that made him, is making him and will continue to make him a name and not to mention billions. Okay, we may not all be destined to become the next Bill Gates. But, isn't finding and doing what you enjoy more important than which degree you received from which college? I don't know what you want to do or what you'd like to achieve. You need to figure that out first and, then, figure out the route. Who knows, may be community college is all you need to get you towards your life's true calling.
Hear are the stats from princeton review, you can try compare tthese to ur current scores i guess. Suffolk U Average GPA: 2.95 Freshmen Academic Profile SAT - Critical Reading Middle 50%: 440-550 SAT - Math Middle 50%: 450-550 TPR Projected Range SAT Writing: 530-620 ACT Composite Midldle 50%: 19-23 Average High School GPA: 2.95 Students in top 10% of HS class: 9% Students in top 50% of HS class: 68% Students from Public School: 69% Basis for candidate selection Very Important Factors: Secondary school record Important Factors: Class rank Standardized test scores Essays Freshman Admission Statistics Total applicants who are accepted: 83% Total of accepted students who enroll: 22% Merrimack U Average GPA: 3.34 Freshmen Academic Profile SAT - Critical Reading Middle 50%: 520-580 SAT - Math Middle 50%: 530-590 TPR Projected Range SAT Writing: 560-620 ACT Composite Midldle 50%: 19-26 Average High School GPA: 3.34 Students in top 10% of HS class: 20% Students in top 50% of HS class: 85% Students from Public School: 65% Basis for candidate selection Very Important Factors: Secondary school record Essays Important Factors: Class rank Recommendations Standardized test scores Character/personal qualities Talent/ability Freshman Admission Statistics Total applicants who are accepted: 72% Total of accepted students who enroll: 22% Northeastern in ohio Freshmen Academic Profile SAT - Critical Reading Middle 50%: 560-650 SAT - Math Middle 50%: 590-680 TPR Projected Range SAT Writing: 620-690 ACT Composite Midldle 50%: 24-28 Students in top 10% of HS class: 38% Students in top 50% of HS class: 95% Basis for candidate selection Very Important Factors: Secondary school record Important Factors: Class rank Recommendations Standardized test scores Essays Character/personal qualities Extracurricular activities Talent/ability Freshman Admission Statistics Total applicants who are accepted: 45% Total of accepted students who enroll: 24% Emmanuel C Average GPA: 3.41 Admissions Freshmen Academic Profile SAT - Critical Reading Middle 50%: 480-580 SAT - Math Middle 50%: 470-570 TPR Projected Range SAT Writing: 550-650 ACT Composite Midldle 50%: 19-23 Average High School GPA: 3.41 Students in top 10% of HS class: 11% Students in top 50% of HS class: 80% Basis for candidate selection Very Important Factors: Recommendations Essays Important Factors: Standardized test scores Extracurricular activities Alumni/ae relation Volunteer work Freshman Admission Statistics Total applicants who are accepted: 60% Total of accepted students who enroll: 23% Idk if you go to a really competetive high school or something and that is why you GPA is a 2.8 but ordinarily with that GPA all of these schools would be reaches for you becides Suffolk, but with a 780 and 790 on your SAT II scores which is almost close to perfect (right?) then all of these schools should be automatic acceptance. ohhh and Sorry this post is like never ending lol Good LUck