Applying next year--looking for scholly

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wjs98
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Applying next year--looking for scholly

Postby wjs98 » Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:14 am

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wjs98
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Re: Applying next year--looking for scholly

Postby wjs98 » Thu Jan 27, 2011 1:48 am

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matvei
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Re: Applying next year--looking for scholly

Postby matvei » Thu Jan 27, 2011 2:01 am

wjs98 wrote:174/3.71 from non-HYP ivy, second semester junior. GPA has been around 3.7 area for my first 5 semesters, so I anticipate that being the case when I apply this coming fall. Average softs (Campus EMS with community CPR education leadership, write/edit for science/policy journal, completing independent economics research now-->next fall, full-time work every summer)

Really interested in where I can get money, seems like no one is safe in this economy so I'm trying to avoid paying sticker as much as possible. Would love everyone's input on chances/scholly chances at CCNMVPBDCG, or suggestions for places to apply with my numbers. Thanks!


Good list I think... regarding where to apply. You may add HYS to your list if you feel dangerous. GPA is a little rough for them though.

I'd say you get money @ MVP and down.




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