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Is this too much for MIT?





Is this good enough to attend MIT? I think it's too much9thGrade: (4Standards) (3honors)(1) B on a standard class(6) A on the rest 10th Grade: (2AP)(1GT)(2Hononrs)(2Standards)All As11th Grade: (5AP)(2honors)All As12th Grade: 6AP and 1 HonorAll AsExtra activities:sport: 9thGrade: 2 seasons10th grade: all seasons and same for 11th and 12thClub: robotic, math and scienceHelps at animal hospital from 10th to 12th grade.2300 Sat score and 36 points ACT. receive so many damn scholarships for Essay and RoboticIt's weird that i got a B on standard class in 9th grade :)I found my purpose in 10th to 12th grade so i got all As :()



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3 Responses so far.

  1. wobegon says:

    no & thanks

  2. relativism says:

    My brother attended MIT and he was brilliant and never got a single B. He even got a scholarship there. Yet he still had to do an extra year. Its really hard but your grades seem well. I wish you good luck :) How cool my brotheris now an environmental engineer and he makes a good living.

  3. parumbilical says:

    There’s no such thing as ‘too qualified’ to get into a top school. Everyone applying to MIT has the highest grades in the hardest classes and very high test scores. You need all that just to apply, and then you need a lot more to get in. They turned down 92% of applicants this year, including thousands of 4.0 students (unweighted) and valedictorians. Nothing you do before high school matters and they do not give academic or sports scholarships (need-based aid only). You need to find a way to stand out in the field you plan to major in, and you need to have a very good reason to attend MIT, which you don’t appear to have. Bad reasons are things like ‘It’s a great school’, ‘it sounds really impressive’, and ‘it’s the only good school I’ve heard of’, and those are the reasons most people apply. Good reasons are things like specific resources or professors only they offer that you plan to work with during your time at MIT, and you need to show your potential to make the most of these resources clear when applying. Nothing you said here is going to make you stand out in admissions – you’re an average applicant to a top school.