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psychiatry
psychology
undergrad
pre-med

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Demographics

US Permanent Resident

NY

Public HS - slightly competitive

South Indian

Intended Major(s) - Psychology, Biology, Biochemistry, BSMD

GPA, Rank, and Test Scores

Unweighted HS GPA: 3.7

Weighted HS GPA (incl. weighting system): 4.0

College GPA (for transfers):

Class Rank: Not available

ACT/SAT Scores: 1330 SAT, 1 attempt

Coursework

Taken almost every science course offered except for AP Chem, AP Bio, and APES. I finished Algebra 2 as a sophomore, am taking pre-calc atm, and will be taking Calc BC in my senior year. I have also taken AP World and am taking APUSH right now. I will be taking AP Bio in senior year.

Awards

High Honor Roll at school

Extracurriculars

I did a neuroscience program at Albany Med, I am part of a program against smoking for over 100 hours. I am applying to some summer programs as well. I also do cross-country and track. I volunteer at the local library over the summer. I also am part of many clubs such as Math League, Science Olympiad, Masterminds (quiz bowl), and Key Club. I am planning on running for leadership positions for all of these next year. I also worked at Chick-Fil-A for around 2 months.

I have not looked into essays yet.

I will need a scholarship for every college I apply to, most likely, 25k to 50k annual cost, but would rather not have budget constraints for prospectives.

I would prefer in-state, but am open to out-of-state suggestions!

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Unweighted GPA: 3.7
1.0
4.0
SAT: 720 math
200
800
| 800 verbal
200
800

Extracurriculars

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