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Chance Me Please??

denvermanningdenvermanning Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
I'm a 13 Year Old Boy Living in a small town in Wisconsin applying for Andover, Exeter, Lawrenceville, Episcopal, and Saint Andrews. I'm applying for 9th Grade
Grades
Computer Science: A+
English (9th grade honors level): A
History (AP Level) A+
Math (Algebra II Honors): A-
French: B+
Science (Honors)
SSAT
Overall: 92%
Math: 78:
Verbal: 94%
Reading: 93%
I have good essays and recommendations
EC
Piano: for 9 years have competed in competitions
Violin: for 5 years are in my states symphony orchestra
Saxaphone: for 5 years in my school band, play in comptitions
Tennis: for 5 years, top 20 in the state
Soccer: played for 6 years stopped two years ago
Leadership: Been to two leadership camps

Thanks

Replies to: Chance Me Please??

  • denvermanningdenvermanning Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
    Oh and I'm doing boyscouts currently and I am a Star Scout
  • smsstudentsmsstudent Registered User Posts: 72 Junior Member
    It seems that your math SSAT score is your weak spot. You will probably get into St. Andrew's, but Exeter, Andover, ;'Ville, and Episcopal are more unlikely. Don't let this discourage you: there is a pretty good chance that you'll get into at least one.
  • smsstudentsmsstudent Registered User Posts: 72 Junior Member
    Based on your credentials, you have a good chance at St. Andrew's, but a lower chance at Exeter, Andover, Episcopal, and L'ville. Don't let this discourage you: It is likely that you'll get into at lease one of the four reach schools.
  • CenterCenter Registered User Posts: 2,228 Senior Member
    You might want to apply to some more mid range schools
  • bobd2902bobd2902 Registered User Posts: 31 Junior Member
    Honestly, I think you have a chance at Exeter. Their average ssat is 90%, and you have a 92%. Your grades and courses seem good(except the B+ in French, maybe try to raise that to a A-). Your ec's are good and try to write good essays! Good luck!

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