To compile this list of schools, I researched some of the best learning disability programs according to both aggregated lists and opinions from the learning disability community . Instead of assigning an arbitrary rank, I organized the schools by type, which should be more useful. Here, you can learn about programs at schools solely for students for learning disabilities. Or, if you want to be a part of a program that’s embedded within a school, you can compare programs at smaller communities to some larger, well-known ones.
By the time college rolled around, I was slated to become an engineer like my dad and his. But at that point, I loved programming, so I majored in Computer Science at RIT. My plan to be a programmer quickly fell apart during another internship when I learned what it really looked like to put information technology to work. Mom’s genes kicked in, and I realized I needed a career working with people. After that, I began to study Management Information Systems, which basically asks, “What is the business process for success?” over and over again until you start to get results.
Hi. So, in my Freshman year, I had one C (and 5 A’s) in my first semester and 3 B’s and 3 A’s for my second semester.
In my Sophomore year, I had FOUR B’s in my first semester and then 1 B in my second semester (and the rest were A’s). One of the B’s in my first semester and the one in my second semester was due to AP Euro.
So for 10-12, my weighted GPA is and unweighted is .
Right now, for my Junior year, I have all A’s at the moment.
Just recently, I took the SAT and got a 2140. And I am in some extracurricular activities like swim (3 years already), and I’m in Key Club. I have around 70+ hours.