Good enough for admission to University of Oregon?
Topic: Recommendation letters for university admissions
June 16, 2019 / By Roslyn Question:
I am a junior in HS right now. My freshman year I got a cumulative 3.5 GPA. In my sophomore year I got a 3.75 GPA. My current cumulative is a 3.625. I haven’t taken my SAT yet, but I will soon.
I am going to be an Eagle Scout soon and I have volunteered about 100 hours at a veteran’s resource center during my sophomore year. I plan on starting volunteer firefighting in January. I have a Varsity letter in Cross Country, and I have played Tennis and Track/Field. I anticipate lettering in XC and Track this year to get a total of 3 letters by the end of my junior year. I also have participated pretty heavily in Church, through youth vestry and the like. Enough at least to get a good letter of recommendation from the Church.
So my question is, what are my chances of getting into the University of Oregon? I hope to get a 3.7 cumulative GPA by the end of this year. My class rank is about 40 out of 140. What can I do to increase my chances? Please be honest and thanks in advance!
P.E. electives (2)
Draw and Design Fundamentals
Classes this semester:
AP US History I
Engineering Tech and Design
College Preparatory English
Classes next semester:
AP US History II
Also, what 5K times would be good enough to WALK ON to their XC team? What about 1600 times for track?
Best Answers: Good enough for admission to University of Oregon?
Nadia | 5 days ago
go to their website:
If you can pay, you can get in. If you need a scholarship, you will need to walk on water.
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Your resume is very good for someone in high school. I would recommend you try to take more AP classes your senior year. If you apply to University of Oregon, expect to be admitted. You should consider applying to more prestigious schools, such as ones in California as well.
Unfortunately I know nothing about track or xc
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You will probably get in, this isn't an elite university. You should consider Portland State University or Lewis and Clark as well. PSU isn't ranked as highly as the others, but the opportunities in the city are much better than at OU, and you get to live in a much better place.
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