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Chance Me for ED

concretepencil94concretepencil94 Registered User Posts: 327 Member
I am aware that Universities take a very holistic approach when deciding whether or not to accept an individual. Regardless, I would like to see where the college confidential community thinks I stand. I am a female Indian Maryland resident. Please chance me.
Thank you.

GPA: 3.95
Rigorous courseload, honors and AP classes. (AP NSL, AP Chem, AP Lang, AP Calc, AP World Junior yr, AP Bio, AP Psych, AP Calc BC, AP Lit Senior yr)

Community Service Hours: 650

SAT (CR, M, W, E)
First: 1470/2030 (750, 710, 570, 7)
Second: 1440/2100 (700, 740, 660, 8)
Super Score: 2150

History: 690
Math: 700

Extra Curricular Activities:

Key Club
President (12th)
Vice President (11th)
Editor (10th)
Member (9th)

Hope Club
President (12th)
Vice President (11th)
Secretary (10th)
Member (9th)

Amnesty International
Vice President/Co-Founder (12th)

National Honors Society
Member (10th-12th)

National English Honors Society
Treasurer (11th)
Member (10th-12th)

Tri-M Music Honors Society
Member (10th-12th)

National Science Honors Society
Member (10th-12th)

National Math Honors Society
Member (12th)

National Social Studies Honors Society
Member (12th)

National Piano Playing Auditions
Preparatory for Collegiate Class (Highest Rank)

Summer Reading Program (+50 Hours)
I was a director of the summer reading program at the local library. I fostered and promoted literacy in elementary school children.
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