Live profile review with Yesh

Recorded Friday, September 10 at 10:00 PM

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About this livestream


Join Yesh for another installment of his amazing live profile reviews! Yesh will be reviewing real, anonymized profiles from viewers like you and sharing his assessment of their academics, extracurriculars, and overall strength. He'll also be giving his recommendations for improvement and provide an estimate of what your chances look like at different universities.

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Undergrad College: Boston University '20

Major: Medical Science

Graduate College: Boston University School of Medicine

Work Experience: I've been working at CollegeVine for 3 years mentoring students through BS/MD and undergraduate admissions. I am currently a medical student and have done research at Boston Medical Center, Dana-Farber, and the Brigham and Women's Hospital.

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 Yesh and other CollegeVine experts in an upcoming livestream or on the Q&A Forum anytime.
7:08@OisheeSJT:What about Bangladesh?
11:50@unior:Hey Yesh! That’s my profile. I just got my SAT results today. I got a 1490 (M:770; R&W:720) and NOT a 1510.
16:38@Malakelsayegh:Is it possible to get accepted without SAT as a north african
17:35@unior:Will we have a writers workshop next week?
26:59@OisheeSJT:I have only 2-3 safety schools in my list,is that enough?
27:37@fani:I took my SAT three times and got a 1510, then a 1460, and then a 1510 again a third time. My superscore is a 1520. But in order to superscore I would have to send in all my test scores. I was wondering if it would look bad to send them all in because I didn't improve and if anything did worse.
28:36@fani:I recently became a certified EMT as my spike. I can't become an actual EMT until I'm 18 in a few months after college apps, but I was wondering if it would look useless if I just got my certification and didn't do anything with it on the apps. Technically I could join the squad as a cadet or trainee, but they don't do much and I don't know if I should join or wait.
35:19@OisheeSJT:Yesh, what's the rate of getting into an ivy league without submitting the test score?
41:41@cynn.thetic:if someone of my same demographic is applying to the same schools I am but with different majors, will it be a one or the other scenario. in other words, will we be compared?
42:58@fani:I'm a current senior in high school and I still haven't finalized my college list even though applications are due in 2 months. I haven't started any of my essays and I'm planning on applying to 10-12 schools. Am I really behind and what can I do to catch up?
47:15@fani:I have my common app essay written I just have supplementals to do. I'm planning on being premed
47:28@OisheeSJT:Can i apply to the same college multiple times? Maybe different semester or year? (i searched this but different people have different opinions)
51:04@Colli:I got 4 for all 3 AP exams. should I submit them if applying to Dartmouth or Brown?
51:33@fani:Can I apply for multiple programs within a single university or college?
55:26@OisheeSJT:It's 4:57 am in Bangladesh 😴😴
57:38@OisheeSJT:Yeah, i know but i like asking questions live
57:47@Malakelsayegh:if my country doesn't offer AP classes so i haven't take any would it impact my application
59:02@cynn.thetic:How can I stand out from someone of my same demographic applying from my school?
59:44@fani:shold i submit my first or last sat score
59:49@fani:i got a 750-r and 760-m first time. and 740-r and 770-m last time.


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