Question:Im applying for early addmission to cornell, but i dont have the SAT II's... will i not get accepted-- 4.0 gpa, hopefully a 2100 on sat,, not taken yet though, 300 hrs of community

There is no way to tell. In my conversations with Cornell admissions folks they are looking to make decisions between students with great academic ability, good scores, and community service. What makes you stand out from that crowd? What is it about you that makes Cornell want you for a student?
I recently bought the US News and Newsweek's editions of college stuff. One of them said that it's better to do regular admissions even if early birds have a higher acceptance rate. Some colleges (even the most selective and competitive ones) are starting to eliminate the early decisions, because they don't want students to have to cram everything in and give the admissions a crappy application. The admissions want students to do their best, and they want to see the best out of you. Push the pressure aside, and see the admissions process as something you enjoy doing. I'm seeing that right now. I like expressing myself, so I'm gonna see the process as a way to get my story across...
it really depends on which college at cornell you are planning to apply to. Look at this chart for more details:

This article contents is post by this website user, doesn't promise its accuracy.

More Questions & Answers...
  • GCSE results online- Has anyone else has registered but not got an email back from Edexcel?
  • When is the best time to take the Sat?
  • Should I do all AP classes this year?
  • Which regulations cover the handling of mercury.?
  • How can improve on my math section of my SATs?
  • What is a good IQ score? I got a 124 on an online test but I dont know if thats good...?
  • Whats are some all american rivary.?
  • Where can i take an aptitude test for 12 year olds and up?
  • Copyright 2006-2009 All Rights Reserved.