|Question about NYU
||[Feb. 20th, 2011|01:26 am]
The Question Club
My dream college is NYU, and I'm a sophomore in high school right now.|
This may be a weird question, but are there any sort of extra-curricular activities NYU looks for? Like, anything that would make me stand out from the other applicants?
I teach a Sunday School class, I teach illiterate adults to read at my local public library, I work at a movie theater, I have a Black Belt in Tae Kwan Do, I was in four years of band and six years of chorus, I'm in track and field (I've also done eight years of soccer, seven years of basketball, and three years of baseball) I volunteer semi-regularly at a local nursing home and talk to patients there with my friend (her dad is a doctor so we go with him), I play piano and the tenor saxophone, I've received the Bishop's Youth Award, and I've been in four high school productions and one community theatre production.
So, I'm wondering which of the more important things I've just listed to put on my application, and which to weed out? Also, what are some other unique EC's I could do.
Any help is greatly appreciated.