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Ok, I am a junior in an international school in Brazil. I did the first two years of hs in a normal, very small Brazilian school, so I don't have any EC's for those years :( and grades were on a 1-10 scale which translates very badly to GPA (prob around a 3.0-3.3 average for those 2 years, which will bring down my hs average). Also, when I moved from my international school to the Brazilian school I had to skip half a year of school (since the Brazilian school year is Jan-Nov, so I'd either have to skip or be held back for 6 months), which screwed stuff up. This year, I have about a 3.6 GPA. I have tutoring, school newspaper and our school's community service program as EC's. I'm also taking an AP course (just took the exam and am confident on a 4/5). I will def be taking another AP next year, and maybe self-study for a third exam (the school only has 8 actual AP classes). I took the PSATs twice and got a 192 and then a 200, so I'm betting on a 1900-2000 on the actual SATs which I will take in June. Took the ACTs for the first time and got a 30 with a 9 in Writing. Will take them again, think I will score better. So, I foresee my app at the end of hs will be something like: GPA average: 3.5 SAT: 1900-2000 ACT: 31/32 with 9/10 Writing EC's: 2 years tutoring, 2 years school newspaper, 2 years community service, maybe 1 year of student council AP: 4/5 on 3 AP courses Also, I am wondering how the individual ACT scores will look. For the one I took I got: 35 Eng, 31 Reading, 30 Sci, 25 Math. Will that Math score be frowned upon? Ok, so I know I have average grades, average EC's, average number of APs. I think my test scores are pretty good...My counselor also said that, shallow as it is, the fact that I'm Brazilian will also help because colleges like international students. What should I be looking at? I like small-ish colleges with good Arts/Writing programs like Kenyon, Bard, Vanderbilt etc. Suggestions?
To go to college or university in the USA, all you have to do is apply as an international student. You be accepted you must meet the same academic standards as an American applicant and to have the means to pay for it. You have to pass the SAT (GRE for grad school) and if your native language is not English, the TOEFL exam. Most schools in other countries can arrange for you to take the SAT. Look up your intended school at www.cappex.com. They put a map of unweighted GPA versus SAT scores on one of the pages. Look your scores up and you can estimate your chances of getting admitted. As for getting your student visa, the school’s international student office takes care of most of the paperwork. And they will guide you through your part if you have been accepted for admission to that school. Because Universities in Europe and other countries have heavy government subsidies, for a European student to consider a US school, they are in for what we call “sticker shock” The cost of attending a US University for an International student in the US is between US$35,000 to US$65,000 per year. As well, you have to prove you have this sort of funding available to you from family, a sponsor or student loans that you got from your home country. You cannot make enough money working in the US while at school there to pay your way either. Your student visa limits you to 20 hours a week of work (40 in the summer). This work must be either an on campus job or an outside job that the school approves as being relevant experience for your degree. For finance, private US schools may give you a partial scholarship but public schools will give you no aid. My Canadian daughter got $9500 a year from her US undergrad school towards the $33,000 a year cost. However, in some cases, like for Canadians going to a US school, you may be able to get aid from your native country. In my daughter’s case, the BC and Canadian governments loaned her a total of $10,000 per year. Beyond the scholarship and loans, her grandmother contributed $4800 Canadian a year and I paid the rest, about US$12,000 a year. Graduate students can get a Jasper (Graduate Assistanceship) after their first semester which will pay their tuition and give them a small living allowance if they have an exceptionally good GPA. My Canadian daughter earned one with her 4.0 GPA and because a US government research institute felt her research is important to the USA. Doctoral students, if they get a decent fellowship during grad school in the USA and if their research is considered important enough can get fully funded PhDs. Useless Classes The reason they teach you that stuff that seems useless to you in high school is because the people who run the schools cannot tell the future. They know that 90% will be useless to you. But neither you nor they know which 10% will be gold to you. Therefore they shovel all of it to you. Employers do not really care that much about the information you learned, especially high school. They want to see that high school diploma and college degree to prove you can handle BS. Because there is way more BS at work than at school. Just realize that if you drop out of high school you will have proved to employers you cannot handle the amount of BS high school gives you let alone the way higher amount you will be fed at work.