Hi Varment.. I was referred to ur trading thread from another thread. I was wondering if you could help me breed/RNG a clefairy/cleffa(for competitive use)? Not sure what I'd have in trade for you, but we can talk about that if you are able to do this :)
I'm going to next year, which is funny, because I was waitlisted at nearly every other school I applied to (Columbia, UChicago, etc.) straight up rejected by Cornell though, which I found really amusing. I'm happy with where I'm going now though!
Don't stress too much about college apps, make sure your personal voice comes through your essays and through your character the content reveals itself. I tweaked my essays way too much and ended up killing any sense of me left in the words. Don't make that mistake! Good luck to you this coming year, and at Stanford iirc?
and no I don't play pokemon anymore either, but the end of high school kind of made me nostalgic over a bunch of things, including pokemon.
yeah man, its a bit late now, but community service and "leadership" is like the key thing ivies look for besides crazy good grades which I'm sure you have. me? i'm applying to the second easiest ivy to get into, brown, and some local area top tier schools. writing the essays such so hard though, uchicago gave me 6 >.>
So... if you're up for a projct, how's this?
Female Quiet Seel - 31/31/31/31/31/0, w/ Fakeout (egg move) [Trick Room "Rain Support" set w/ Fakeout instead of rain dance: http://www.smogon.com/bw/pokemon/Dewgong
Hey man, Yeah it has been awhile, I can Emerald RNG but im running out of battle points which im saving for my XD Pokemon when im done this current run. Tell me which things your interested in and I can give you a list of 3rd Gen breeds im looking for :), You can post on my new thread if there is a big list.
Oh, you're in the same year as me then! I'm thinking of applying to Stanford / Ivys too...wow! Hit me up next year - we might be going to the same university sometime in the near future. BTW - protip - involve yourself in one extracurricular volunteer work with dedication, will get you a long long way with colleges in the US.