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This level of performance would see you considered for any university in the entire country.

You could also use "see you considered," but if you don't like "get," you might not like "see" either.

Although there are many instances of "see you considered" online online, specifically used almost the exact same way we are using it here, I still feel like it's a little bit colloquial and idiomatic (and therefore, informal) when used in this context.

Meanwhile, "see," in this context, could mean...

1) ...view or predict as a possibility; envisage... ("see" definition 2d, Google)

2) ...ensure... ("see" definition 6, Google)

3) ...or both, depending on your example.

What do you think? Does this work for what you had been looking for?

This level of performance would see you considered for any university in the entire country.

You could also use "see you considered," but if you don't like "get," you might not like "see" either.

Although there are many instances of "see you considered" online, specifically used the same way we are using it here, I still feel like it's a little bit colloquial and idiomatic (and therefore, informal) when used in this context.

Meanwhile, "see," in this context, could mean...

1) ...view or predict as a possibility; envisage... "see" definition 2d, Google

2) ...ensure... "see" definition 6, Google

3) ...or both, depending on your example.

What do you think? Does this work for what you had been looking for?

This level of performance would see you considered for any university in the entire country.

You could also use "see you considered," but if you don't like "get," you might not like "see" either.

Although there are many instances of "see you considered" online, used almost the exact same way we are using it here, I still feel like it's a little bit colloquial and idiomatic (and therefore, informal) when used in this context.

Meanwhile, "see," in this context, could mean...

1) ...view or predict as a possibility; envisage... ("see" definition 2d, Google)

2) ...ensure... ("see" definition 6, Google)

3) ...or both, depending on your example.

What do you think? Does this work for what you had been looking for?

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This level of performance would see you considered for any university in the entire country.

You could also use "see you considered," but if you don't like "get," you might not like "see" either.

Although there are many instances of "see you considered" online, specifically used the same way we are using it here, I still feel like it's a little bit colloquial and idiomatic (and therefore, informal) when used in this context.

Meanwhile, "see," in this context, could mean...

1) ...view or predict as a possibility; envisage... "see" definition 2d, Google

2) ...ensure... "see" definition 6, Google

3) ...or both, depending on your example.

What do you think? Does this work for what you had been looking for?