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Will the College Board National Recognition Program Award greatly help or impact my admission chances to Brown Uni?

I badly want to be a part of the Brown University PLME Program, to pursue a career in psychiatry in the BS/MD program with a Sc.B in Psychology. Currently my estimated admissions chancing on this site shows me 20%, and I'm a junior in high school. I still have more opportunities I am trying to pursue to help my chances, however I recently was awarded the College Board National Recognition Program Award for Rural Areas and Small Towns, and was wondering if that would help me? And if so, how much? Thank you for the help!

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8 months ago

The College Board National Recognition Program Award for Rural Areas and Small Towns is an academic honor that can help you stand out in your college applications. Brown University is a highly selective school, and the award will not guarantee your admission, but it can show the admissions committee that you are a high- achieving student who has overcome challenges.

According to the College Board, students who receive the National Recognition Program Award are more likely to be admitted to college than students who do not. In addition, the award can help you connect with colleges and scholarship programs that are looking to recruit underrepresented students.

If you are applying to Brown University, I recommend that you include the National Recognition Program Award in your application. It is a valuable accomplishment that can help you demonstrate your academic potential and commitment to your education.

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