How I Got Into Emory University
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I got for the most were straight A's about as a tease a c T Hey, guys, what's good today? I'm gonna be talking to you guys about how I got into Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Okay, So as you may know, you probably know this by now after, like starting the process, there are a lot of factors that go into play with getting accepted to a school. So I'm just gonna give you guys some background on me and things I thought helped me get into this school. Of course, I was doing really well academically in high school. It was like a 3.8, I think, if I remember correctly, yeah, I took a lot of woe. Not a lot, because I know other schools out firm or a piece than mine. I took I think my school offered, like six AP is total, and I took like, five of them, so I was definitely taking advantage of that and taking like most of the harder classes at my school, so that probably showed through and I was getting good grades and all of those classes. I used to swim almost every day, the beginning of high school. I was family vault did a whole lot of other things, but I can't really think of it right now. Being involved in your school, and not only that, the community was really important. I think another thing is the kind of just look at your character overall, aside from like all the school and extracurriculars. So I think the personal essay was really helpful with that from my personal essay. My parents like school extracurriculars, but it was like so I'm a first generation. I'm willing to do everything in my power to, like, better ourselves and how education is so important for that. I think my essay was a good part of it because I don't know. I think they just It was a good reflection of myself. They saw that I had, like, the drive Thio do all of this. Brown and I have a great work ethic, so yeah, that was really important. While I'm not allowed to see them, you know that we're not to see them. I know I did well in their classes, and we had a good relationship, so I know they will be wrote some great letters for me. Um, and those teachers, just my school is really small. Are graduating class was like 80 people for high school, 80 people for high school. Are graduating class was like 80 people for high school, so we had a really pretty close relationship with all of our two teachers. So each of my future's was able to write like a really good Well, we're in. Another thing is, like I said, my school was pretty small, so it didn't really matter to like I mean, I'm matters, obviously, but it was easier to let it be at the top. So for my school, though I waas, I don't They didn't give out the SAP numbers cause it's just like, not right to do that. They didn't like Frank you specifically, but I know I was like Top 20 at least at my school. So just being like ranked highly at your school, being like the best in your class is also really important. At the end of the day, I think Emery is really looking for diversity. Emery really tries to have a diverse student body, so I mean, like, clearly you'll see it. So you guys would probably love to hear this part about s a tease. Like when I tell you guys my some tennis my s a t score in my a c t scores. We're battle until either weren't bad there pretty good scores, but it was below average grammar. So that just goes to show you that you are not a test score. Even if your test scores are up to par when I tell you guys, my test scores are nowhere near the average for Emory. I'm probably brought it down, but but yeah, So I just hope that that helps you guys. You wanna hands, Emery, You're gonna get into Emory. If you have any questions, I'll be sure to answer them about Emory or anything like that or the admissions process. Um, I'm hosting this around the time where people are, like, got into school already, but for next year. Like, subscribe? Comment? Any questions, anything like that, I'll answer them.