CHANCES: 3.8/175+ non-URM+1 year work

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abysmalGPA

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CHANCES: 3.8/175+ non-URM+1 year work

Post by abysmalGPA » Wed Mar 31, 2021 7:44 pm

Assuming next cycle is equally difficult as this one, how would someone with these numbers perform at HYSCCN + Berkeley?

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Re: CHANCES: 3.8/175+ non-URM+1 year work

Post by crazywafflez » Thu Apr 01, 2021 12:17 pm

I would apply to all the T14; I do think you'll get into most from N on down. I think you'll get money on the lower end of the T14, but I know that admissions has gotten more cutthroat. I find it harder to guess HYSCC- but I'd still think CC are likely. You should have a good cycle regardless, and going to Cal or Cornell on a good scholarship is a great outcome.

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Re: CHANCES: 3.8/175+ non-URM+1 year work

Post by abysmalGPA » Thu Apr 01, 2021 10:43 pm

crazywafflez wrote:
Thu Apr 01, 2021 12:17 pm
I would apply to all the T14; I do think you'll get into most from N on down. I think you'll get money on the lower end of the T14, but I know that admissions has gotten more cutthroat. I find it harder to guess HYSCC- but I'd still think CC are likely. You should have a good cycle regardless, and going to Cal or Cornell on a good scholarship is a great outcome.
Thanks for the reply. I totally agree.

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