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  1. chal

    Natural News: GMO wars – Monsanto suing DuPont to see who will dominate the world’s food supply

  2. inder

    The US State says that if you make a trip to Canada, you keep your I-94 and considered of the same 90 days when you come back. If going for two months, it looks like you turn in your I-94 as you leave, which will involve an extra stop at US customs at the border, then before you come back you apply for a new ESTA, and you get another I-94 at the border and they charge you $6.

  3. mora

    Hi Kino,
    great that you are already to prepare for college admissions during your first year of high school!

    "Speech and Debate, Robotics, and Math Club": See if you can work toward getting specific achievements (ex: awards at S&D tournaments [and moving onto state level and national level]; winning competitions in Robotics, and/or doing well on the AMC or in the Olympiad, etc.) and even leadership officer roles (President, Vice President, etc.)

    "Student Council": Definitely something that many students overlook because it often takes away a lot of time from other things like schoolwork and extracurricular activities outside of school. If you can get in, make sure that you are balancing with schoolwork, too.

    "3.5 GPA": (Cold, honest answer) You need to doing better, but okay for now because many colleges put little influence on freshmen grades but still look at them. Obviously, consistency in good grades (mostly 1 or 2 is best.

    "all regular classes": If you getting straight in non-AP/Honors courses, you are more likely to (but I am not saying that you are 100% guaranteed to) have more difficulty in weighted GPA applicable classes.

    You do not have to take all honors/AP classes, just most.

    Other Absolute Requirements:
    Volunteer Hours and Work Experience (if any): This means working for organizations on your own time outside of the classroom, research and/or internships. Try looking for online, asking around your friends, your counselors/academic advisers/College and Career Center advisers, etc.

    SAT scores (or ACT): SAT is probably better slightly just because more common (but I guess ACT is becoming more common as well).
    2100~2390 is middle 50% of accepted SAT score range. (which means that a handful score 2400 and a number of students do actually score slightly lower, like 2050+).

    Your Common Application Essay:
    This usually helps you in your application and does not decrease your chances of getting into a college (unless you have many blatant grammatical/spelling/stylistic errors throughout your paper). Be yourself in this paper and show off your achievements (but not in a way that makes you seem overly arrogant.)

    Other "Requirements":
    Have you thought about WHY you want to get into an Ivy League school other than for the reason that an Ivy League school? There are approximately 4,000 colleges in the U.S. (obviously some "better" than others for different reasons). You can get into a top tier school still outside the Ivy Leagues, so feel free to explore these next few years to see if there are any other colleges that interest you for reasons other than "labels/Ivy League status"

    Optional: You can look to see if you can enroll into a college admissions preparatory program (which usually includes SAT/ACT prep classes on weekends or in the evenings on weekdays). Services are more often paid than not.

    What you can do now:
    SAT Vocabulary! (Lots of useful words both for the SAT exam and for use in your future academic writing.)

    DISCLAIMER: You can meet all of the "requirements" to get into a top tier school like an Ivy League school and still not get in (the reality). As you said, the acceptance rate is super low, and could get even lower as the years go by because more and more students are applying each year.

    Have a fun four years in high school; be sure to enjoy it before it flies by you!

  4. coilach zala

    A biocompatible material that is used to construct organs, rehabilitation devices, or prostheses and replace natural body tissues.

    Yes,thats what medical devices are made of so that it is in tune with the body functions..It has got to have strength,chemically resistant so that it does not react with the enzymes,compatibility,fatigue resistant,replaceable,etc..

    I have got many books on biomaterials…jus ask me if you need

  5. tinsky oso

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