This teen was accepted in to every college she applied to...and they were all Ivy League

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Teen Accepted to All Eight Ivy League Schools

Augusta Uwamanzu-Nna fulfilled every college-hungry high school senior's dream: Getting accepted to every single school she applied to.

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The only difference between Augusta's success is that the 12 schools she applied to included all eight Ivy League schools and four other top-tier schools. No big deal.

In a news release, Uwamanzu-Nna said:

"I am humbled by all of the college acceptance letters that I recently received. I am reminded that I have a responsibility to be a role model for others and use my experiences to encourage and inspire others, especially young women."

Take a look at the top 10 public colleges in America:

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This teen was accepted in to every college she applied to...and they were all Ivy League

10. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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9. University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

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8. University of Washington at Seattle

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7. University of Texas at Austin

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6. University of California at San Francisco

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5. University of Wisconsin at Madison

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4. University of California at San Diego

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3. University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

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2. University of California at Los Angeles

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1. University of California at Berkeley

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The teenager currently attends Elmont Memorial High School in Long Island, NY.

Another Elmont student, Harold Ekeh, was also accepted in to all eight Ivy Leagues just last year.

Both he and Uwamanzu-Nna are children of Nigerian immigrants.

Uwamanzu-Nna said to WABC:

"Though I was born here in America, I visited Nigeria many times and I've seen that my cousins don't have the same opportunities that I have. So definitely, whatever I do, I want to make sure that it has an impact on Nigeria."

It's clear that she's able to stay humble and aware, something that would seem nearly impossible to do when you have a 101.64 weighted GPA.

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She was also a finalist in the 2016 Intel Science Talent Search and was just recently invited to the White House Science Fair. As you probably could've guessed, Science is Augusta's favorite subject.

And for the answer to the burning question on everyone's mind (Which school will Augusta Uwamanzu-Nna choose?), she says it's still up in the air:

"I'm still quite unsure what school I'm going to attend, but I know attending any of them will be such a great honor,' Augusta said. 'But for now, it's just so amazing. I really can't believe it, still."

The only thing we know for certain is that no matter which choice she makes, she really can't go wrong.

Now, check out the 22 college majors with the highest starting salaries:

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Median starting pay: $56,900

Median mid-career pay: $99,100

% change from starting to mid-career: +74%

Median starting pay: $57,000

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% change from starting to mid-career: +59%

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Median mid-career pay: $105,100

% change from starting to mid-career: +85%

Median starting pay: $58,900

Median mid-career pay: $88,200

% change from starting to mid-career: +50%

Median starting pay: $59,600

Median mid-career pay: $92,200

% change from starting to mid-career: +55%

Median starting pay: $59,800

Median mid-career pay: $85,100

% change from starting to mid-career: +42%

Median starting pay: $60,800

Median mid-career pay: $119,600

% change from starting to mid-career: +97%

Median starting pay: $61,600

Median mid-career pay: $103,600

% change from starting to mid-career: +68%

Median starting pay: $61,700

Median mid-career pay: $99,800

% change from starting to mid-career: +62%

Median starting pay: $61,900

Median mid-career pay: $97,200

% change from starting to mid-career: +57%

Median starting pay: $62,100

Median mid-career pay: $101,600

% change from starting to mid-career: +64%

Median starting pay: $63,200

Median mid-career pay: $101,400

% change from starting to mid-career: 60%

Median starting pay: $64,000

Median mid-career pay: $105,100

% change from starting to mid-career: +64%

Median starting pay: $64,100

Median mid-career pay: $113,200

% change from starting to mid-career: +77%

Median starting pay: $64,700

Median mid-career pay: $107,900

% change from starting to mid-career: +67%

Median starting pay: $65,900

Median mid-career pay: $107,900

% change from starting to mid-career: +64%

Median starting pay: $66,500

Median mid-career pay: $113,000

% change from starting to mid-career: +70%

Median starting pay: $66,700

Median mid-career pay: $112,600

% change from starting to mid-career: +69%

Median starting pay: $67,000

Median mid-career pay: $118,800

% change from starting to mid-career: +77%

Median starting pay: $67,300

Median mid-career pay: $108,600

% change from starting to mid-career: +61%

Median starting pay: $69,600

Median mid-career pay: $116,700

% change from starting to mid-career: +68%

Median starting pay: $102,300

Median mid-career pay: $176,300

% change from starting to mid-career: +72%

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