“When I left Korea for boarding school in the United States eight years ago, I planned to spend almost every waking hour studying and to go SAT camp in the summer.”
“My counselor assured me that my SAT scores would be fine, and that becoming a well-rounded person was much more important to colleges. I learned squash, a new sport for me. I love automobiles, so I took a summer internship at an automobile company. I went to an advanced math camp at Stanford University one summer, and decided that was where I wanted to go to college.”
Yoon Suk Han, Stanford University graduate, 2014
Yoon Suk Han was accepted to Stanford, his first choice of colleges, under the early admission program. He graduated in June with a degree in computer science and has been accepted into the Stanford master’s degree program. However, he first will work. at a start-up company founded by a Stanford professor.