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Many colleges put a great deal of weight on student ACT/SAT test scores when considering applications. Cappex can help you see how you rank compared to students who have been accepted to Yale University
Take AP and advanced classes, do well in the them, try to get at least a 2000 on the SAT's, and DO WHAT YOU LOVE. Besides good grades and some extracurriculars/leadership, Yale really looks for students who are passionate about and have excelled in a certain field. My passion was art. For some it was music, and for some it was math competitions. In short, it's good to have some extra-curriculars and leadership, but in order to stand out, you need to have something that you're really passionate about and that you've excelled in. By excelled I mean things like teaching an art class or entering art competitons (if you're an artist) or if you're really interested in politics, maybe working on a local campiagn. Just find something that you can really delve into. This is what will separate you from people who only have a perfect SAT and GPA to go on.» Read More
If you haven't applied yet, look for your spark. Yale isn't looking for perfect students, they're looking for students who will bring something new and exciting to enrich the student body. If you're planning on coming here, be prepared to manage your time. There's so much to do here all the time, and it's easy to get sidetracked by all the amazing opportunities. That said, don't freak out if you fall a little behind. Stay on top of things as much as you can, but if you can't all the time, use the breaks throughout the semester to get caught up. Also, use your resources. There are so many ways to get help, whether it be medical, emotional, academic, or financial. It's okay to admit you can't do everything on your own. No one can.» Read More