Thanks ahead of time!
I'm looking into cognitive science, maybe the dual degree compsci/cogsci program. Probably applying early decision.
ACT: 35 (Math: 36, Reading: 36, English: 36, Writing: 10, Science: 31) If it matters, I've only taken it once
SAT: 2180 (Math: 760, Reading: 730, Writing: 690) Also only taken once
SAT lls: taking math l, ll, and lit at the beginning of November
PSAT: 209- National Merit Semi-Finalist for Oklahoma
U/W: 3.98 (the only B was first semester of algebra ll freshman year)
W: 4.2 at the moment, but taking 5 weighted classes this year and expecting As in all of them, so I have a much higher expected GPA
Rank: school doesn't rank :l (but will be salutatorian for sure, maybe valedictorian)
11th: World, Calc AB, Physics B, Lang
12th: Lit, Government, Comparative Politics, Micro, Macro, Bio (also taking calc ll and will take the BC test this spring)
Classes: the only on-level class I took was US history; everything else has been Pre-AP except for Spanish l and ll, band, and debate.
ECs, in order of importance:
-Debate (9-12): will have gone to state for 3 years, tons of regional tournament placements, and President of the team both 11th and 12th grade, and won leadership awards both years
-History International Club (11-12): we go to cultural fairs and volunteer at them, I am VP in 12th
-Key Club (9-12): board member in 11th; I also helped organize and run a lock-in for our local food bank last year--we raised $11k
-Board member for a Chinese Orphanage our church district supports (1 of 3 teens on the board)
-Church Choir (9-12): section leader 12th
-United Methodist Women/youth group (9-12): president 12th
-Mock Trial (12)
-Model UN (12): helped begin the club
-Girl Scouts (9-12): Bronze and Gold Awards
-Pre-Med Society (10-12)
-Spanish Club (10-11)
-Church Musical (9): lead role
-Service Award from school
-300+ hours at church camp, a local hospice/daycare, and through Girl Scouts
-Helped teach at debate camp at a local university summer before 12th
-babysitting, petsitting, house cleaning, etc. (probably 5 hours a week on average throughout all of high school)
-running (nothing major in terms of accomplishments)
-sewing (volunteered at a camp summer before 12th, taking classes now at a local shop)
Thanks for chancing!