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College chances?

llamaman1234llamaman1234 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
Hi!
I'm currently looking at Columbia, Johns Hopkins, Georgia Tech, UVA, and Duke. If you could look at the stats below and let me know my chances (I know at least a few of them are major reach), I would greatly appreciate it!

ACT: 34, SAT: 1490
GPA: 3.894 unweighted, 4.887 weighted (Top 4% in class)
12 AP Classes total (alot for my school)
National Merit Semifinalist
Top ranked debater in my state; back-to-back national qualifier
80 volunteer hours for my local Emergency Room and other Hospital departments

Extracurriculars:
Research for my local University's bioengineering department (11-12)
Non-profit Founder, and CEO (12)
National Honors Society (11-12)
Speech and Debate (9-12)
Youth Symphony (6-12)
Numerous health clubs and medical organizations I have leadership positions in (president, vice president, ambassador, and secretary)
McDonalds In-Store Employee (11-12)
Global volunteer trip abroad (11)
Several internships with local hospitals and political parties
Board member and Communication Director for local High School division of the Democratic Party
Other school clubs include Biology Club, Environmental Club, Chemistry Club, Math Club, etc.

P.S. I live in a very rural area of the country, which isn't an excuse for my paper stats, but might play into my applications?

Thank you guys so much for your input, and please let me know!
-Chris
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