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If I am a sophomore in high school and taking two AP classes and I have taken one advanced class with a 3.5 GPA for my..
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If I am a sophomore in high school and taking two AP classes and I have taken one advanced class with a 3.5 GPA for my freshman year will that have colleges looking at my CollegeVine and RaiseMe profile more?? I have always excelled greatly in school.

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2 years ago

Hello, I think more colleges will start to look at you academically during your sophomore. More colleges do not look at college vine, I’m not sure if they do. But, your participation in AP classes along with your high grades will have more colleges looking at you through RaiseMe and will ultimately raise your scholarship money for certain schools. Through my own experience using RaiseMe, the higher grades and more AP classes that you take will overall help your resume and form a connection with these colleges. I wish you the best of luck in the rest of high school!! You got this :)

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2 years ago

Taking a rigorous course load and doing well in school may not make colleges "look at" your various profiles more, but will strengthen them overall. This ultimately makes you a better applicant down the road!

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Unweighted GPA: 3.7
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SAT: 720 math
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