the Chapel Hill - Carrboro City School district
College admissions depend on many factors. Some of these factors includes the type of school you are attending and, most importantly, the rigor of the academics at that particular school. I do not mean to sound condescending but I have been browsing yahoo answers as well as wiki answers for some time now regarding college related issues and every single time I see someone saying their weighted GPA is like near 5.0 and their SAT score is uncharacteristically low. This, to me, says one thing. The school which that particular student is attending is public and offers a ton of AP classes such as AP Weightlifting (joke),AP Environmental Science (joke class), AP Drama, etc. Usually students who have a very, very high weighted GPA and a non-reflective or nearly so SAT score or AP test scores go to mediocre public schools with mediocre academic reputations. I go to a private school but have certainly experienced and have had contact with the public system through one of my closest friends. In my school, which has an impressive academic reputation, a 4.0 unweighted GPA is certainly hard to earn. I have a 4.0 unweighted GPA and my first try on the SAT resulted in a 1950. My second try resulted in a 2020. My AP scores so far are 5 on English Language and Composition and 4 on AP US History. I am also from another country and speak a foreign language at home. You seem to have a GPA reflective of your SAT score and, therefore, I think you should be a good candidate granted you also write a great essay and take a significant amount of AP classes with good scores on the exams. Chapel Hill is also near the top of my list for colleges. Good luck! I hope to see you there one day.
It is a competitive university with 34% of the applicants admitted.
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13% are female and 87% are males
Over 20,000 students.
Here's the statistics for UNC Chapel Hill students:
91.7% reported a high-school GPA
89.2% had GPA of 4.0 or higher (out of 5.0)
Average GPA was 4.47* (out of 5.0)
No freshmen are not allowed to have cars, they do this because its such a small campus and they have to have enough parking spaces for the upper class men.
There are currently 11 former UNC players active in the NBA (12 at the start of the 2008 season, but David Noel was waived by the Clippers last month.
1) Vince Carter (No. 25 Phoenix Suns)
2) Antoine Jamison (Cleveland Cavalers)
3) Rasheed Wallace (Boston Celtics)
4) Jerry Stackhouse (Dal. Mavs)
5) Brendan Haywood (Wash. Wiz)
6) Brandon Wright (GS Warriors)
7) Marvin Williams (Atl Hawks)
8) Sean May (In December 2010 he signed with Fenerbahçe Ülker)
9) Rashad McCants (Minn T-wolves)
10) Ray Felton (Charlotte Bobcats)
11) Reyshawn Terry (Dal. Mavs)
12) David Noel (Paris Levallois Pro A)
13) Tyler Hansbrough ( Indiana Pacers)
14) Ty Lawson( Denver Nuggets )
Thirteen different players have worn the #44 jersey for the University of Kentucky:
If you mean the division, they are in Division I and play in the ACC.
As of June 2014, the University of North Carolina Tar Heels men's team have won five NCAA Championships in basketball. They were also the Helms champions in 1924, which predated the NCAA tournament. The Tar Hells have been the runner-up four times.
Traditionally, a power forward will play in the post. They usually have a large arsenal of ways to score in the paint, like hook shots, sky hook, etc. Power forwards are also expected to have a mid-range shot, too.
4 or 5
The Tar Heels have won four NCAA championships: 57, 82, 93, & 05. Correction: they have won 6 now... 1924, 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009.. count them they are 6
haha duke is better
Re-correction: 5 - 1924 was 'selected' 18 years later in 1942 by the Helms Foundation (John Helms and business manager Bill Schroeder).
If you include these (which most schools and the NCAA don't), Kentucky's total increases to 9 (1933 and 1954 - the latter of which they finished 25-0 but chose not to attend the NCAA tournament).
Yes, in the late 70s. He and Al Wood were roommates and best friends. He left UNC to play basketball in Europe.
2. The Wolfpack won national titles in 1974 and 1983.
In terms of public schools, there are: NC State University (simply referred to as 'State'), the UNC schools (Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Pembroke, Wilmington, Greensboro), East Carolina State, Appalachian State, and Western. The most well known private school is Duke, but there are many others.
All information about colleges can be secured at www.collegeboard .com. Use the site's College MatchMaker search engine. The site will provide you with the institutions background and most statistical data. It will also give you a link to the schools official web site.
UF is now the nation's fourth-largest university in terms of enrollment, which now tops 46,000 students, who come from all 67 Florida counties, all 50 states and more than 100 countries. UF has a faculty of over 4,000 and they are the largest employer in the State of Florida with over 35,000 employees. -REYNIA, TJ
The web address of the Carolina Basketball Museum is: http://www.carolinabasketballmuseum.com
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The "Academic Common Market" is the program for southern/southeastern states.
The Academic Common Market is a tuition-savings program for college students in the 16 SREB member states who want to pursue degrees that are not offered by their in-state institutions. Students can enroll in out-of-state institutions that offer their degree program, and pay only the in-state tuition rates. Hundreds of undergraduate and graduate programs are available for residents of SREB states. Academic Common Market/Regional Contract Program