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27 Jan Job interview with Harvard scholar



Nancy Estela Ramirez, The Admissions Expert, interviews just one of her pupils about the college application method. Nora is a sophomore at Harvard.

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  • Dewayne Martin
    Posted at 13:21h, 27 January

    Hello Nora I am a 9th grader in Miami, Florida and I want to attend Harvard. I currently have 4 highschool credits and I am taking AP Bio and World Hiatory. My unweighted GPA is a 3.9. I am a officer of the English Honor Society and Debate Club. I have been ranked number three in the state of Florida for the 400m 4×4 and 4×1. My team and I have also been ranked 1st on the National level for American Football. I am also a member of. the National Honors Society,Student Government Association, STEM, and Art club. I have been ranked 1st speaker in my league for policy debate and me and my teammate have been ranked 1st team. I also play acoustic guitar and alto saxophone. I have always dreamed about going to Harvard every since I was attending Miramar elementary. Can you guide me on my path to Harvard. Next year I will be attending American Heritage.

  • Joseph D T
    Posted at 13:21h, 27 January

    What's the big deal? Getting into Harvard undergraduate is much easier than getting into NITs in India. Forget IITs. Ofcourse you need to pay the fees though

  • rochelle hawkins
    Posted at 13:21h, 27 January

    Do older people go to Harvard? I just don't see how an adult can interview a kid from high school to ask them questions that seem so blase.

  • Mo Liu
    Posted at 13:21h, 27 January

    Hi, I’m twelve years old and even now I’m constantly thinking about collage. I’ve heard that schools like Havard don’t just accept kids with high scores, etc, but they like kids that are special; different from anyone else.

    Can you tell me more about this?

  • Amr Ddd
    Posted at 13:21h, 27 January

    What was her sat score

  • john long
    Posted at 13:21h, 27 January

    Thank you very much for this outstanding video.  I will let both of my children watch this video with me.  Great tips!!!!!

  • Jamie Park
    Posted at 13:21h, 27 January

    Hi Nancy! So what exactly is this? Is it like a tutoring system or a guidance program?
    

  • Al Jebara
    Posted at 13:21h, 27 January

    i'll give them both some of my  freshsemen lecture.ha

  • Bo Bo
    Posted at 13:21h, 27 January

    $100,000 a year tuition. You should take the money and buy a Porsche 

  • Maurice Rosario
    Posted at 13:21h, 27 January

    Why, I would like to ask what was this young lady's SAT score, GPA, and how many AP Classes did she take? Also what about extracurriculars?

  • Demetri Reinhart
    Posted at 13:21h, 27 January

    Haha what a nerd :'(

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