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judge my chances plz?

desibballerdesibballer Posts: 12Registered User New Member
i know you guys are probably tired of these questions but i REALLY want to get into georgia tech.

Im a junior and I go to one of the most competitive high schools in nj so no ranking system

3.64 unweighted
4.00 weighted

Hns/AP Courses:
AP Chem
precalc hns
physics hns
bio hns
chem hns
algebra 2 hns
geometry hns
american studies 1 and 2 hns
la 3 hns
la 4 hns ****
AP Calc AB ****
AP Stat ****
AP Bio ****
AP comp sci ****

**** means classes im scheduled for next yr
720 math
740 cr
660 writing

SAT 2:
Bio 750
Chem 750

Volleyball 2 yrs
Robotics 1 yr
Rec Bball 5 yrs
Rec soccer 2 yrs
70 volunteer hours (summer camps, tennis coach)
summer job at day camp

If u could judge my chances at getting into engineering and/or give me some suggestions on an action plan to increase my chances i would be very thankful.
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Replies to: judge my chances plz?

  • darkzeromandarkzeroman Posts: 119Registered User Junior Member
    judging your stats with my stats, I dont think there should be a problem.
    But difference i was IB and in-state, and I dont know how much that played into the decision process.
  • WaxTheoriesWaxTheories Posts: 50Registered User Junior Member
    You look fine to me. Take the SAT 1 again if you can and try to bring up that writing score, the other two look great. They only consider your highest scores. Also take the ACT if it's available.

    Your courses and ECs look great too.
  • WindleyWindley Posts: 241Registered User Junior Member
    You will be in 100%. Try President's Scholarship Program, submits application
    by October 31,2007.
  • dani6706dani6706 Posts: 76Registered User Junior Member
    hey, you'll probably get in. Georgia Tech is obsessed with SATs so you will probably get in cuz yours are good. there is no difference with majors in acceptance, they all have equal chances. also Tech loves out of state students.
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