College Admissions Story: Angie from the University of Washington

Recorded Monday, February 15 at 10:00 PM

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University of Washington

Seattle, WA

Join Moriah Kofsky as she interviews Angie, a current student at the University of Washington, about their admissions story!

Angie Ngo is a senior at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. She is a double major in Communication and Sociology with a focus in education, advocacy, and social welfare. She is the Organizing Committee President in the national nonprofit AIESEC, a project manager of a talented team of engineers working to develop a website designed to help students throughout college, and a sister of the Sigma Kappa sorority. She enjoys crafting, gardening, canoeing, binging Netflix, spending time eating with friends, and going on road trips.

School information

University of Washington

Seattle, WA
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Undergrad College: University of Pennsylvania '19

Major: English and Women’s Studies

Work Experience: I'm passionate about merging storytelling, psychology, and spirituality to co-create experiences that transform people. In addition to advising students with CollegeVine, I work as a life coach and freelance writer.

Audience questions

These are questions from the audience that we had time to answer during the live session. If you have any other questions, you can request an answer from Moriah and other CollegeVine experts in an upcoming livestream or on the Q&A Forum anytime.
28:50@anonymous:what were your high school stats like?
32:47@anonymous:Angie, Thanks for being so candid and open. Question for you is does being a first gen student help or is it a negative (from the application process point of view)
36:28@anonymous:if i pursue work to support my family instead of immersing myself with other extracurriculars, will that negatively affect or impact my profile?
38:30@J8II:Does UW offer merit based scholarship?
40:09@TK:What is the first step to start when searching/researching about colleges?
41:30@anonymous:How rigorous is the workload at UW?
47:06@anonymous:What does your daily schedule look like/how do you allocate your time to study?


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