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Something had me considered or something got me considered?

I would like to use the past particle form of 'consider' in the object + participle construction. To express that I was considered for a job/ Uni/ scholarship thanks to good grades, performance, record etc.

I can only thinks of two ways of putting it, and neither of them I find satisfactory. To clarify, below is the kind of sentence I wanted to use:

This kindlevel of amazing performance would GET YOU CONSIDERED/HAVE YOU CONSIDERED for any university in the entire country.

I don't want to use 'get' because it is quite an informal word to use with 'considered', and I am under the impression that to say' have someone considered' would mean that someone arranged for that person to be considered by someone else, which wouldn't work in my case as the subject of my sentence is the factor that led to me being considered.

Please check the correctness of my assumptions. Is using 'have someone considered' perfectly acceptable in the context I provided? If neither of them works, please do give me some alternatives/other words to convey the same idea.

Something had me considered or something got me considered?

I would like to use the past particle form of 'consider' in the object + participle construction. To express that I was considered for a job/ Uni/ scholarship thanks to good grades, performance, record etc.

I can only thinks of two ways of putting it, and neither of them I find satisfactory. To clarify, below is the kind of sentence I wanted to use:

This kind of amazing performance would GET YOU CONSIDERED/HAVE YOU CONSIDERED for any university in the entire country.

I don't want to use 'get' because it is quite an informal word to use with 'considered', and I am under the impression that to say' have someone considered' would mean that someone arranged for that person to be considered by someone else, which wouldn't work in my case as the subject of my sentence is the factor that led to me being considered.

Please check the correctness of my assumptions. Is using 'have someone considered' perfectly acceptable in the context I provided? If neither of them works, please do give me some alternatives/other words to convey the same idea.

Something had me considered or something got me considered?

I would like to use the past particle form of 'consider' in the object + participle construction. To express that I was considered for a job/ Uni/ scholarship thanks to good grades, performance, record etc.

I can only thinks of two ways of putting it, and neither of them I find satisfactory. To clarify, below is the kind of sentence I wanted to use:

This level of performance would GET YOU CONSIDERED/HAVE YOU CONSIDERED for any university in the entire country.

I don't want to use 'get' because it is quite an informal word to use with 'considered', and I am under the impression that to say' have someone considered' would mean that someone arranged for that person to be considered by someone else, which wouldn't work in my case as the subject of my sentence is the factor that led to me being considered.

Please check the correctness of my assumptions. If neither of them works, please do give me some alternatives/other words to convey the same idea.

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Have/ get me considered?

Something had me considered or something got me considered?

I would like to use the past particle form of 'consider' in the object + participle construction. To express that I was considered for a job/ Uni/ scholarship thanks to good grades, performance, record etc.

I can only thinks of two ways of putting it, and neither of them I find satisfactory. To clarify, below is the kind of sentence I wanted to use:

This kind of amazing performance would GET YOU CONSIDERED/HAVE YOU CONSIDERED for any university in the entire country.

I don't want to use 'get' because it is quite an informal word to use with 'considered', and I am under the impression that to say' have someone considered' would mean that someone arranged for that person to be considered by someone else, which wouldn't work in my case as the subject of my sentence is the factor that led to me being considered.

Please check the correctness of my assumptions. Is using 'have someone considered' perfectly acceptable in the context I provided? If neither of them works, please do give me some alternatives/other words to convey the same idea.