Topic: Company history writing activities
June 20, 2019 / By Sabryna Question:
Hi, I'm at the end of my junior year and have finalized my list of colleges. My top choice is USC. I am aware that, due to its low admission rate, USC is a REACH school. However, I still want do give myself the best chance I can of being accepted.
Here are my credentials:
Freshman: English 9 Honors- A+
Sophomore: English 10 Honors- A
Junior: English 11 AP- B
Freshman: History 9- A
Sophomore: Modern World History-A
Junior: AP US - A
Freshman- Earth and Space Honors- A
Sophomore- Bio- A Anatomy- B
Algebra I- B
Algebra II- A
Spanish II- B
Spanish III Honors- B+
Spanish IV- B-
SAT: Critical Reading- 690 Math- 550 Writing- 650
Weighted GPA- 4.0 Unweighted GPA- 3.7
Extra Circulars: Clubs and Activities
Knights Theater Company 9 10 11 12 President
International Studies (MUN) 9 10 11 12 Secretary General
T.V. Club 9 10 11 12
Peer Mediation 9 10 11 12
Leadership Team 9 10 11 12
National Honors Society 11 12
Cross Country ____11 ____12
Volunteering at Cape Cod Collaborative ( I volunteer every week with mentally disabled students)
Broadway Kids at Laguna Playhouse (volunteer)
So, those are my credentials. I am most worried about my Spanish grades. Spanish has lowered my GPA so much, that without it I would have a weighted 4.2. I am also worried about my B in AP English and my SAT scores. I am thinking of applying to the BA program at the school of theater, since I want to be an actress or just declaring myself undecided. I also want you to keep in mind that my school does not offer APs until junior year and, because of the block schedule, it is next to impossible to take more than two at a time.
PLEASE tell me what you think. I really want to go to USC!!
Nettie | 4 days ago
You SAT is on the low side.
Prepare some Safety School.
Do not obsess over USC.
Incidentally, chances are you will not be an actress. You are far more likely with your degree in Theater to have a career cleaning toilets at Taco Bell.
Do not waste your parents' money on a Theater Major.
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