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Chances. I just want a good idea of where i stand in comparison to the beasts that apply here

Ronoldo601Ronoldo601 Registered User Posts: 23 New Member
So I am a high school student that will graduate this year and I want to apply to Stanford
I want to know what my chances are

ACT: 34 second attempt. First attempt i got a 31
Unweighted gpa: 3.95
Weighted Gpa: 4.6
AP Courses: human geography, physics, biology, calculus, statistics, us history, spanish, english. 5's on all of them
E.c.: i got two years of future doctors of america, 200 hundred community service hours with class boards and peer tutoring and state and national qualifyings for business professionals of america club and state qualifying for future business professionals of america. Also in band for 3 years of high school including marching and pep bands. And varsity gymnastics for 2 years and wrestling 1 year
Recomendations from head of math department as well as science departments.

Also interned over summer at university of chicago and rush hospital.

I want to know how likely it will be to get in. If anyone could olease give some advice i would appreciate it

Replies to: Chances. I just want a good idea of where i stand in comparison to the beasts that apply here

  • thedoctor2031thedoctor2031 Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
    I would consider your raw stats to be close to middle of the pack. From there it just depends on how you do on your essays. Lots of people with scores better and worse than yours do and don't get in so it really comes down to the essays to push you over the top.
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