Brown University – Early decision RE?





Okay, so let's say I want to apply early to Brown University since it's sort of my dream school to go to. I am aware that I can only early to Brown and once I get in, I can't do any other apps (thank God). But my first three years weren't so hot but my extracurriculars were moderately good and I was planning to have my first semester as a senior to get straight 98s so as to increase my chances into getting Brown and show them that I'm capable of their education. So if I early and get deferred to my regular-decision, will I be able to update my would-be grades onto my app since if I send early app I will not be able to put my first semester grades?Or should I just wait for regular decision and send an app with better grades as a whole? but I know that it's easier to get in with early-decisions. help!okay, my GPA was around a 88% (mid 3. ish). Recs are looking okay and I'm a pretty decent essay writer



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3 Responses to “Brown University – Early decision RE?”

  1. program says:

    98s? why not just get straight 100s?

  2. sbin/sh says:

    You failed to mention your SAT scores, those count a lot and you need a GPA near 4.0 or damn near close….You have nothing that makes you special….or stand out from reading this, so again…..i dont think you will get accepted, but try.EDIT: Also, Brown is an Ivy League School and you don’t seem like Ivy League potential.Admission to Brown is extremely competitive. The undergraduate admissions rate was 10.8% for the class of 2013. The Graduate School is also highly selective. Setting a University record, graduate programs accepted 18% of the 7,283 students who applied in 2008. More than one-third of the members of the Class of 2009 scored above 750 on the verbal or math sections of the SAT I: Reasoning Test. Approximately 15 percent of the students in the Class of 2009 graduated number one or number two in their high school classes. Students come from all 50 states, as well as 62 countries.[42]

  3. periodids says:

    Early decision raises your chances of being accepted into a college so I say go for it.