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TCIS Merit Scholarship Portfolio Checklist
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Name: _____________________New/returning
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DOB:___________Male/Female
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2017-18 Entering Grade: 10 11 12Day/Dorm
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Note: Senior student (grade 12) recognition is only honary and does not receive monetary award.
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Student: Please attach the following documents and return with this check list to TCIS Admissions Office.
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TCIS Admissions application (New Students Only)
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Teacher recommendation letter (Letters: Please comment on potential for selective US college admission.)
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Counselor recommendation letter
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Transcripts (grade 6 and up)
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Standardized test scores
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List of awards & honors & verifying evidence
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School activities list
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Leadership positions list & verifying evidence
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Service activity record
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Essays:
Academic strengths/weaknesses
(Essays: See page 2 for more information.)
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Service activities
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Leadership development
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Area of passion
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Character/dreams
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Admission Office for New Students
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Admission application complete
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Korean citizen: 3-year eligibility check
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Placement tests
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Dorm recommendation
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Acceptance granted
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Merit scholarships documents complete
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Scholarship Committee
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Teacher rec letters
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Counselor rec letter
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Transcript review
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Essay review
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Interview
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MERIT SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION PROCEDURE
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Students: Please complete the student portion of the checklist above and submit all documents along with the check list to the TCIS Admissions Office. Submissions may be made by email, fax or mail as follows:
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Email: ohk@tcis.or.kr
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Fax: 042-620-9043
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Mail: TCIS Admissions Office
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77 Yongsan 2-ro
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Yuseong-gu, Daejeon
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Rep of Korea 305-500
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ESSAY INFORMATION
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Please write five essays of a minimum of 150 words each about the following topics. Note that quality is more important than quantity in the essay.
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1. Your academic strengths and weaknesses and how you plan to address them at TCIS through the IBDP and through your future studies after high school in college/university.
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2. The role of service activities in your life
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3. Your development as a leader and what you have learned about leadership in your life through leading.
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4. Something about which you have passion in your life.
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5. How you are developing character and virtue in your life and your dreams for the future.
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