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6 months ago
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Hey!

I have never posted before but am having lots of problems. I am not the smartest. That is the truth. I get all A's and B's but am not a 4.0 all A's type of student. I don't do many extracurriculars either. I do color guard for my marching band but that is it. I need school ideas. I have not taken the SAT yet but on my last PSAT I got a 900. I would love some good school ideas that are not too expensive but also have a great psychiatry program.

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6 months ago

If you want to build your resume I recommend leadership opportunities. I’m very much a person who likes to leave that stuff for other people to do because I have social anxiety, but I took a chance this year (I’m in 11th) and joined my schools student congress (which may be called student government or student senate at your school) and I love it. We work on projects to help the school and do fundraisers and it’s honestly not as much pressure than I thought it would be, well, unless you’re president. I also joined yearbook which is so fun creatively! Anyways I recommend looking into your schools leadership opportunities and being a part of them because colleges LOVE that and they’re honestly pretty fun! If you can’t find anything contact admin or even your principal, they should know about the clubs or groups at your school.

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Unweighted GPA: 3.7
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SAT: 720 math
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| 800 verbal
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