An MIT degree says to the world that you are capable of complex problem-solving and abstract thinking. IMACS gave me a jump start on my MIT education, as it taught me to exercise the same parts of my mind that I use now on a daily basis.
Rachel Cuozzo went from IMACS to MIT!
Rachel began taking IMACS Math Enrichment as a second grader and progressed to the IMACS University Computer Science Track in middle school. While in high school, she completed IMACS’ AP Computer Science Java Programming course. Rachel graduated near the top of her high school class with a 5.3 GPA and a score of 1540 out of 1600 on the SAT.
Rachel directly credits IMACS for her success on the math section of the SAT and the ACT and, more importantly, for deepening her skills in abstract thinking, coding and problem solving.
Rachel chose MIT and is majoring in Brain and Cognitive Sciences. By the end of her freshman year, she had moved a full semester ahead of her peers while maintaining an ‘A’ average. During her freshman year, Rachel also began doing research with neuroscientists and molecular biologists on the unexplored areas deep within the brain and on a cure for Alzheimer’s Disease.
Rachel had the IMACS advantage!
She chose MIT.
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