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4 months ago
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Do you guys think I need more extracurriculars, better grades for getting into NJIT, or is this good enough?
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Desired Major: Computer Science

Graduation year: 2025

Current High School year: Junior

GPA: unweighted 3.2, weighted 4.4

Classes: (besides gym/health)

note. I want to major in computer science, but it didn't exactly reflect in my earlier years of highschool because I thought I wanted to get an art degree.

Freshman year:

English 1 Honors: B

Algebra 1 ACC: B

Biology ACC: A

Spanish 2 ACC: B

Foundations of Arts: B

Drafting and Design 1: A

Sophmore Year:

English 2 Honors: B

Spanish 3 ACC: C

Geometry Honors: C

Chem ACC: A

US History Honors: B

Accounting 1: A

Creative Arts Media: B

Junior Year (Currently):

AP English Lang: B

Algebra 2 Hon: B

Computer Programming: A

Physics ACC: B

Electronics: A

Drafting and Design 2: A

Clubs:

Women In Stem: Leader Position Role

Track: 2 years, sprinting

FBLA: 3rd place agribusiness first round, (too busy to go to the next round) I'm taking Cybersecurity this year

TSA: Architecture, but didn't win anything

Interact: community service club

Chess Club: self-explanatory

Girls Who Code: I'm currently trying to get this club into my school

Job:

I help prepare AutoCAD designs of automatic doors. I'm the youngest at my job.

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4 months ago

YOU REALLY HAVE A GOOD LIST OF Extracurriculars AND I HAVE ONE SUGGESTION WHYY DONT YOU APPLY FOR LAUNCH X THAT WOULD BE MORE USEFULE IN YOUR PORTFOLIO

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Unweighted GPA: 3.7
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SAT: 720 math
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