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8 months ago
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Please recommend universities based on my profile

Demographics:

International student form Brazil

low - middle income familly

hispanic

stats:

avarage grade: 90.9

No APs

didn't take the SAT yet, might apply as test optional

Activities and awards

1 Studied independently, ranked top 5% in school, selected for regionals and nationals, achieving top 0.20% nationwide.

2 2000+ volunteer hours, led teach work for one year and seven months, actively participated in meetings, delivered impactful speeches.

3Competitive dance group member; earned second place in the international competition, ranking third overall. Participated in regionals and nationals.

4Founded an online international physics club focused on engaging in scientific discussions and exploring various scientific topics.

5Wrote research proposal exploring supernovae-celestial bodies relation, gaining valuable research experience and expanding scientific knowledge.

6-Engaged in online cultural exchange; explored Estonian culture and shared our own. Took on leadership role within the group.

7Elected as class president, representing and leading fellow students in various initiatives to cultivate a positive and inclusive school community.

8Managed family café, overseeing bread production and providing comprehensive baking training prior to departure.

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8 months ago

It all depends on what you want to study! There are a lot of amazing colleges and universities, and you sound like a very dedicated and qualified student, but some schools are better than others when it comes to specific programs and majors.

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🎤8 months ago

I'll be applying for math or physics

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8 months ago

Some top schools for physics are California Institute of Technology, MIT, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Univeristy of Texas at Austin, University of Maryland, NYU, Carnegie Mellon, and Haverford College. Top schools for math include Stanford, Princeton, UChicago, University of Michigan, Duke, University of Minnesota, Northwestern, and Boston College.

You can also search colleges by program and find your chances of acceptance on CollegeVine's 'Schools' tab, which may have more accurate recommendations than I can give.

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Your chancing factors
Unweighted GPA: 3.7
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4.0
SAT: 720 math
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| 800 verbal
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