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What are the odds I get into UIUC Computer Engineering? (2nd choice: EE)

anemirzaanemirza 6 replies7 postsRegistered User New Member
Pakistani male, Illinois resident
Also applying to computer engineering at Purdue, Wisconsin, Minnesota, UMich, Iowa state
UIUC CompE is the most ideal place for me as it is in-state and a GREAT program.
SAT: 1480 (750 rw, 730 m) SAT Superscore: 1520 (770 m)
No subject tests
GPA:
3.97 UW, 4.32 W (1 B ever in high school, freshman year of high school: spanish 1)
Highest honors every time
AP:
World History (4), APUSH (5), Calc BC (5,5), Lang (4), Psych (5), Physics 1 (3...rough, didn't study at all)
Taking ap econ, ap gov, ap physics c, ap lit, ap csa, and calc 3 next year.
AP Scholar w/ Distinction
EC:
3 years tennis
3 years math team
4 years DECA (1 time state qualifier)
2 years Rube Goldberg club
National honor society member
4 years class council
3 years tutor at Eye Level and kumon
Volunteer at local mosque
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  • drusbadrusba 9580 replies20 postsRegistered User Senior Member
    Go here to see middle 50% range for Computer Engineering https://myillini.illinois.edu/Programs/MajorDetail/10KP0109BS. Your stats indicate you are well within the range and thus chances should be decent, but no one can assume certainty. Your course difficulty level is a plus. Note that UIUC does not superscore test scores and uses that one with highest composite, but the engineering department actually will consider a higher math score from a second SAT test, which you have. Also, the absence of subject test scores means nothing negative because UIUC does not use them to determine admission. Computer engineering is an impacted major that is thus more difficult to get into than some other engineering majors, although not to the same degree of difficulty as CS.
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