Scholastic distinctions are anything academic you have been recognized for (e.g. science fair, math olympiad, etc.). Non-scholastic distinctions are anything you have been recognized for that is not academic (e.g. athletic awards, community service awards, etc.).
Your scholastic achievement or ability is your academic achievement or ability while you are at school.
Scholastic recognition is recorded on the transcript and diploma of a baccalaureate degree for a student with a superior academic record. To qualify for this recognition a student must have earned the following GPA at the end of his or her final semester prior to earning the degree: Summa Cum Laude.
Distinctions: The MyMIT application portal allows you to list up to five “scholastic distinctions” and five “non-scholastic” distinctions.
The award is presented to a qualified member of the graduating class who has outstanding participation in the co-curricular and extra curricular activities that promote student and school welfare.
Many students earn awards or honors not related to academics. The non-academic awards and honors from athletic events, extracurricular activities, volunteering or from the community should be listed in the Activities section, not awards and honors.
The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards is the longest-running, oldest, and most prestigious literary and art competition in the United States, aiming to find creative works and original technical skills by students in grades 7-12.
There were 76 Gold Key Winners, 106 Silver Key Winners, and 156 Honorable Mention Winners. On Feb. 29, 2020 an exhibition and ceremony was held for the Oklahoma Region Gold Key Winners, their families, and educators.
Jurors select work for national recognition based on three criteria: originality, technical skill, and emergence of a personal vision or voice. National Awards will be announced on March 17, 2022 at artandwriting.org.
There’s no formula for gaining transfer admission to MIT. There’s no minimum required GPA, however, competitive applicants typically have a 3.5 GPA or above, and mostly As in math and science courses. Ideal preparation includes—at the very least—one year each of college-level calculus and calculus-based physics.
As you know, both Harvard and MIT are extremely hard to get into, with Harvard having a slightly lower acceptance rate; however, MIT has slightly higher test score averages, which means you will need to do even better on the SAT or ACT, especially on the Math section, to get in.
If your family makes less than 65K, consider applying to the QuestBridge National Match program of which MIT, CALTECH are partners. If you get matched to those schools as a finalist, you get a full ride for 4 years. If you apply REA or RD you will get free tuition if your family makes less than $90,000.
Award with Distinction is awarded when a weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 75 has been achieved in all courses completed since enrolment at UNSW which are credited to the relevant award.
Graduating with Distinction. Degree with distinction indicates graduation with a high cumulative grade point average; the words “with distinction” or “with high distinction” are printed on the transcript and on the diploma.