Academic Achievements : The American College Testing Exam

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ACHIEVEMENTS Academic Achievements As a student, I strive hard to learn as much as I can and put my knowledge to good use. Since 1st Quarter of my 6th grade year, I have maintained a straight-A average. As of the second semester of my 10th grade, my current weighted GPA is approximately 4.2407, while my unweighted GPA is 4.0. I am an aspiring neurosurgeon and hope to help share the love of Christ by helping them overcome the diseases that plague society today. In my 7th grade year, I was invited by Duke University’s Talent Identification Program to take the American College Testing Exam. Following this testing, I expanded in my membership with this talent program by taking two independent learning courses: “Discovering Science and…show more content…
Following the official release of my scores by the College Board, I was contacted by numerous schools (including Brown University, the University of Central of Florida, and Rollins College) by email and mail which invited to tour their schools or attend summer programs. Amongst my college letters, I also a nomination to attend The Congress for Future Medical Leaders program. In conjunction with my enrollment letter, I received a certificate of selection for award for my “…outstanding grades, leadership potential and determination to serve humanity in the field of medicine.” Unfortunately, I will be attending Envision’s NYLF Advanced Medicine course in the same time frame that The Congress for Future Medical Leaders program takes place. Service Achievements On October 3, 2008, I accepted the Christ as my Lord and Savior. Since then, I have realized the need for service and do my best to help others. During second semester of 7th Grade, I was offered to join the National Junior Beta Club at my school. I applied, and after careful consideration of my school’s administration and teachers, I was accepted into the National Junior Beta Club. The members of this club do community service activities, without expecting any reward for doing so. For instance, every year, around Christmas, we host an Angel Tree fundraiser, in which, we collect donations from around the school and community and use the money we raise to buy presents for kids who would not
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