Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Vanderbilt!!

Sunday afternoon, my dad and I left for Nashville, TN to visit the absolutely wonderful Vanderbilt University! It wasn't my first time visiting the school (in fact it was my second time this school year), and I love it even more than I did before!! The reason I visited Vandy was for their Black and Gold Day. It's basically a mini college visiting day that includes an information/financial aid session, a tour, an activities fair, and a panel with the presidents of the 4 schools of Vandy. 



It started raining when our walking tour began!!


Both of the tour guides that I've had at Vandy were fantastic!! They each had different things to say and I found out a lot of new information that I had never heard before!! The picture above was a sneakily taken photo of the tour guide by my dad.



This trip came at such an ideal time because I needed to be super inspired to finish off the end of my junior year strong. From now until the end of the year, I have 3 final projects, 1 research paper, 4 exams, 2 AP's, SAT's and SAT II's, and ACT's! After refreshing my memory with the standards that Vanderbilt upholds in terms of their admissions (their regular decision acceptance rate is 15.6%!!), I am now fully ready to take on the rest of this year and make my transcript look GREAT for college!!!

Have a great day everyone!!

xoxo, Hannah

5 comments:

  1. Sounds wonderful! Keep studying diligently and everything will work out for the best! I bet you were the cutesy lady in Nashvillle!!

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  2. Glad you had a great time! Good luck with the rest of year! One of my best friends goes to Vandy, and she absolutely loves it!

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  3. LOVE LOVE LOOOOOVE your adorable outfit! Go Vandy! Such a great school...had some great times visiting friends there!

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  4. What a great outfit!! Great inspiration for this busy time of the school year. I remember those days... don't miss those tests!!

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  5. Vanderbilt was one of my top choices when applying for schools senior year! Best of luck with all your APs and exams!

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