Date of publication: 2017-09-02 11:01
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By and large, most colleges do not superscore the ACT. (Superscore means that the school takes your best section scores from all the test dates you submit, and then combines them into the best possible composite score). Thus, most schools will just take your highest ACT score from a single sitting.
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She also didn't expect it to have such an effect on the Internet. Her hometown paper called last week. Yesterday, the story made the AP wire. This morning she popped up on the Daily Mail. She's going viral.
Pizza is Carolina Williams’ favorite food, and when the prestigious university in New Haven, Conn., prompted her to “write about something that you love” in 755 words or less, she picked her top indulgence.
“I immediately thought about ordering pizza because that's literally what I love to do,” she told Inside Edition. "I love pizza."
Why were you inspired to act? What did you learn from your effort? How did your actions benefit others, the wider community or both? Did you work alone or with others to initiate change in your community?
Williams said that she was proud of her essay, which she believes stood out to admissions officers because it was reflective of her actual personality.
"I heard that you loved our better ingredients, better pizza, and your devotion to better helped you get into Yale," Schnatter says in a video posted online Friday afternoon. "Of course, I know it also took a lot of hardwood and dedication on your part.
You may respond to up to three of the essay prompts below (choose one, two, or three) as you feel they support your individual application. In general, concise, straightforward writing is often the best for college essays, and good essays are often approximately 855 words in length.
Along with her acceptance later, the admissions officer wrote a personal note to Williams, who also had a high GPA while taking rigorous courses, ranking in the top 65 of her graduating class at Ravenwood High School, according to The Tennessean .
Williams' parents were thrilled, too. So were her friends. They convinced her to start a Twitter account just to tell Papa Johns the crazy news. She posted a picture of herself in a Yale shirt holding a plain cheese pizza (her standard). It got her some retweets and a few gift certificates. She swears it wasn't a gimmick, though.
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This is important for your testing strategy. Because you can choose which tests to send in, and Purdue forms your Superscore, you can take the ACT as many times as you want, then submit only the tests that give you the highest Superscore. Your application readers will only see that one score.
But Williams — who is the first in her family to go to college — has turned down Yale 8767 s offer and has instead decided to go to Auburn University in Alabama to major in business.