I apologize for this - I know so many people have done it, but I'm super curious...
Might it be worth it to apply SCEA this year?
I copied the format from another post:
SAT I (breakdown): N/A
SAT II: 800 Math 2, 800 World History, 770 French
Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 4.0 UW/4.5 W
Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): Top 10% of ~700
AP (place score in parenthesis): Statistics (5), European History (5), Chemistry (5), Microeconomics (5), Macroeconomics (5), World History (5), Waiting on: Biology, Calculus BC, English Lang, English Lit, French, and US History
IB (place score in parenthesis): N/A
Senior Year Course Load: Multivariable Calculus, AP Physics, AP Computer Science, AP Psychology, AP World Lit, Independent Study French Literature, Orchestra
Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): Not much haha... National AP Scholar, National Merit Semifinalist, Haravard Book Award, "Superior" soloist (violin), etc...
Extracurriculars: Varsity Swimming (Captain, 3-time state champs, section finalist, 4 letters), Math Team (Captain, state runners-up, 3 letters), An extracurricular orchestra (Asst. Concertmaster, 8 years, top orchestra), Chamber Orchestra (Concertmaster, 2 letters), Knowledge Masters (Captain), Quiz Bowl (A Team), Year-round club swimming
Volunteer/Community service: I volunteer at a nursing home playing violin for dementia patients; it's not very many hours; perhaps 40 per year?
Summer Activities: All-State Orchestra, Lifeguard, swimming every morning (6 a.m. wuddup :P), French courses, orchestra camps
Essays: I'm a strong writer.
Teacher Recommendation: They should be very good.
Counselor Rec: Getting a new counselor, but the old one will help write it (and we had a good relationship)
State (if domestic applicant): MN
School Type: Public
Income Bracket: High
Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): N/A