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Ok just a few things. First, do colleges want to see that the students did sports? or if they saw that you didnt do any sports or you did 1 sport would they take in consideration that your not athletic? But lets say I play 1 sport a year and work and do after school clubs while my sport is not going on during the year would collegs like that? or do colleges like to see kids doing a lot of sports? How do this all work? For example does doing after school clubs and doing a job compete on a college application with doing sports?

Asked By: Jesse - 11/14/2007
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Answered By: TR - 11/14/2007
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they definetly want to see you did sports and that you did it well. though having a job shows responsibility. clubs are lik sports, exept probably less merit. depends what college.
Answered By: JESUSDIEDOFAIDS - 11/14/2007
 
I don't think it's important whether or not you do a sport, but I think that most colleges want to see an applicant that is well-rounded. They want to see a student that can excel inside and outside of the classroom, and not necessarily in sports. I didn't play a single, solitary sport, but I did participate in... More
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Answered By: zandzmama - 11/14/2007
 
Its not sports in particular, its extracurricular activities. And they rather see that you did 1 sport all four years of your life, then 1 sport freshman year, another sophomore year, then another junior year, then ANOTHER sport senior year. They want to see dedication and academic/extracurricular balance. And colleges... More
Answered By: Dace - 11/14/2007
 
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