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Sorry for posting this like a worried idiot, but I am really worried.
My freshman sophomore grades have been good, but my final average has been like a 96.4/96.9 weighted, which is about 93.5 ish unweighted. I think that translates to a 3.7-3.8 gPa. Hopefully I will bring up UW average to about 95 next year, but I am still worried- Do I have a good chance?
ECs, REcs, Essays will be good, haven't taken SAT and didn't prepare at all for PSAT this year because it didn't count this year.
Right now I am really worried about the grades themselves.
Luckily I go to a competitive private school ranked #1 in region and take pretty much the most advanced course-load(except there are some two years ahead in foreign language, whereas I am only one year ahead) , but my guidance counselor gives me this "let's think about if Cornell is right for you" talk like I am a B student.
I am thinking about either CALS or CAS respectively, and I was wondering if these academics ar okay. Sorry for being so neurotic- report cards do this.