In today’s BS/MD admissions advice post I would like to discuss the profile of the average admissions applicant applying to the selective to highly selective programs. These would include schools with...
Hello again! My name is Yesh and I am back with part 3 of the BS/MD advice series. As always, I recommend that you check out our previous posts on this topic in this community page as well.
I'm a soon to be junior in high school.
I'm a rising sophomore and currently, my nonweighted GPA is a 4.0, my unweighted GPA is- I actually don't know lol but my percent grade weighted is 98.81. My school doesn't have a class rank.
If someone here has transitioned from CBSE to IB or knows the syllabus, can you tell me what syllabus lapse I might face if I switch from CBSE to IB for IBDP?
If I would like to be a physician assistant what type of colleges in Massachusetts offer a 6 year program to be one.
I'm a sophomore in high school and would like to be a physician assistant I would just like to learn more about college life itself ad the courses I will be taking.
I'm a rising senior planning to apply to USC by December 1st so I can be considered for merit scholarship finalist, but would it be considered regular decision? I don't want to apply for it if it will...
Dear anyone who hasn't (or has) seen their AP scores yet, they were released on Wednesday.
Good luck to all of you!!! I hope you guys get 5's. What were your results, if you have seen them.
I recently took AP Lang and was able to write and continually edit my personal growth common app essay. I wrote it about the terrible experience I had presenting an event for a club I participate in, ...
Asking for opinions.
I am a early college student that has a 3.9 gpa and a act score of 18. I know I didn’t do “great” on the act, which is why I’m anxious of not being of getting accepted. Does this have a negative impac...
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