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SAT: 2400 (Single sitting)
Subject tests: 800 Math 2, 800 Bio E
GPA: 4.0 UW
Class rank: 1 or 2
AP Scores: 5's on Physics B, Calc BC, Human Geography, World History, Stats, both Physics Cs, Bio, Lang, Java, US History. 4 on Chem
Possibly NMSF? I got a 222, the cutoff in my state last year was 220. So I guess we'll see...
Next year tentative schedule:
Independent Study Math (Number Theory)
AP Gov/Pol (US and Comparative)
Math Club (4 years, president for 2): AIME Qualifier, consistently top 25 ranked school team in numerous national competitions (like 5 competitions/year for the past 3 years), top 10 in state for WAML.
Science Bowl (4 years, Captain for 2): 4th place regionals (10th), 1st place regionals (11th), went to national competition in DC.
Science Olympiad (3 years): numerous medals at invitational/regional/state competitions
Knowledge Bowl (4 years, Captain for 1):
9th: League 2nd JV, Regionals 3rd Varsity. 10th: League 2nd Varsity, Regionals 2nd Varsity, State 4th. 11th: 2nd League, 1st Regionals, 4th State
help out with middle school team practices/meets.
Intern with local professor (summer 2012-) doing work in computational biology. Data analysis, Matlab, that kind of stuff
Intern at SACH Solutions doing work on online marketing (40 hours)
Volunteer at columbia springs environmental education center
MIT and Caltech early action
UW (in state)
any other suggestions on where to apply?