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Chances for a rising senior?

dsr7291dsr7291 Registered User Posts: 119 Junior Member
edited July 2008 in Northwestern University
-Competitive public high school in GA
-I have a 94.5 average
-10 honors classes and by the time I graduate I will have 9 APs
-class rank: 60/505
- SAT: 2150 (670 CR 770 Math 710 W)
- SAT IIs: 720 US History, 670 Math 1, 630 Spanish
ECs:
-1 month community service summer program (about 120 hours) after 10th grade
- Jr. Civitan club (secretary 11th grade, president 12th grade, member every year)
- class council- every year
-BBYO( jewish youth organization)- every year.
-treasurer of Peers Against Cancer-9th and 10th
-NHS-11th and 12th
-i've been involved in other clubs, but those are the main ones
-had a job at AE this year & will work there next year
-National Merit Letter of Commendation
-AP Scholar with honor
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Replies to: Chances for a rising senior?

  • concretejungleconcretejungle Registered User Posts: 633 Member
    Have you taken the ACT? If not, I'd give it a shot.
  • dsr7291dsr7291 Registered User Posts: 119 Junior Member
    nah i haven't taken it. I want to but my mom won't let me. She thinks my SATs are good and i'm being obsessive. oh well.
  • hawkphoenixhawkphoenix Registered User Posts: 542 Member
    Yea, Northwestern typically looks for higher SAT II scores. Even your SAT score is within the range. But since SAT II scores are sent along with SAT I score, you may want to look into the ACT, which you can send without SAT IIs.
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