2.8 GPA. decent test scores! chance me :)

<p>weighted GPA: 3.56
unweighted GPA: 2.8</p>

<p>SAT: 2020 (700 reading, 630 math, 690 writing)
ACT: 31 (34 reading, 33 writing (11 on essay out of 12), 27 science, 29 math (no calc used))
APs: English (4), APUSH (3), APES (3), AP Gov (pending), AP Psych (pending), AP Micro (pending), AP Macro (pending)</p>

<p>President of National Technical Honor Society, DECA competitor (3rd in district, state finalist for two events, third in state for one event, qualified to compete internationally), founded a service club, member of NHS, member of town teen council, AP scholar. </p>

<p>Asian female residing in North Carolina. Daughter of a single mother.</p>

<p>I want to go into business administration with a double minor in finance and fashion merchandising. </p>

<p>Please chance me on the schools on my list and suggest me other schools if you can! I know a lot of the schools on my list are small schools, but I really love large schools in or near a big city. However, I really can't afford to be picky with my stats!</p>

<p>Here are the schools that I'm applying to:
UNC Chapel Hill (impossible)
NYU (impossible)
Case Western (impossible)
UNC Wilmington
UNC Charlotte
NC State
Loyola Maryland
Loyola Marymount
Santa Clara University
University of San Diego
University of San Francisco
Appalachian State
Xavier University
St. Louis University
Bentley University
University of Pittsburgh

<li>How are you in NHS with a 2.8 GPA?</li>
<li>What does your GPA trend over the years look like? Upward? Stagnant? Downward?</li>

<p>I’d suggest community college then transfer to a 4 year school</p>

<p>@WednesdayTomato it’s based on unweighted GPA at my school! We have over 600 students in NHS</p>

<p>@Doener: I thought about community college but my mom is saying that I should be able to get in somewhere. And that I could transfer from another college to a better college, I don’t have to go to community college to do that.</p>

<p>Yes you will be able to get into a college, but it would probably be more economical to go to community college then transfer</p>

<p>@ArtstGirl13 thank you for your advice! If I was to look at colleges, where do you think I have a chance?</p>

<p>bump! someone please help me!</p>

<p>I think you’d be good for USF.</p>

<p>@Cheer007 Thank you so much! You don’t know how happy that makes me.</p>

<p>App State looks in your reach. SAT score is pretty good in my opinion.</p>

<p>@goldmind thank you!!!</p>

<p>Your Sat’s and Act’s along with your Ap classes should put you into sdsu and san francisco state. My cousin got in to sfsu with 1890 SAT and close to none EC’s and had 2 Ap classes.</p>

<p>@edryanchris thank you! that’s really really reassuring :)</p>

<p>UNC Char Median GPA is a 3.4 so its a reach , they have a really good Business Program. And also ,maybe appstate</p>

<p>Check out Rutgers, New Brunswick. It seems to be a very good match for you.</p>

<p>Appalachian State has exactly what you need. Excellent business program and they actually have a Fashion Mechandising degree (Major or Minor). Usually folks pair a Business Marketing degree with a Fashion Merchandising degree.</p>

<p>Your standard test scores look good for ASU, however, the GPA information appears weak without a compelling story to go along it. As you probably know, App State admissions is much more selective now than even a few years ago (about on par with NCSU).</p>

<p>Being from North Carolina is a big plus at Appalachian as well as with the other North Carolina public schools. Your GPA will rule you out at Chapel Hill. NC State would be a stretch as its admissions tightened up in the past couple of years. All UNC System schools offer quite a bang-for-the buck for in-state students as well as them being required to have a student body being made up primarily of NC residents.</p>

<p>Work on getting your grades up and best of luck to you.</p>

<p>Thank you for chancing me! This information has really helped me put everything into perspective.</p>