<p>I am a hispanic (Colombian) student in a school in South Florida. I've been living in this country for a little over 4 years. I don't know if this will have any effect on my chances, but I will have to apply as an international student. I think it's important to mention my family has a very low income, (>$ 30,000)Please rate my chances in the following schools:</p>
<p>In order of preference
Cornell (ED- Most likely)
U-Penn (ED- Less likely)
George Washington U.
U. of Miami
<p>Intended Majors: Economics and Political Science</p>
<p>Stats: SATs: (1400) Math- 780 Verbal- 620
SAT II'c: Writing-760 Spanish- 800 Physics- 700
AP's: Macro-4 Micro-5 Spanish-5 Eng Lang- 4</p>
<pre><code> Top 5% of a huge public school (over 3500 students)
<p>President and Founder of School's Model UN
Treasurer of School's Charter of the Academy of Finance (NAF program)
Interact (Kiwanis) Treasurer
National Honor Society
<p>Volunteer/member of my church's youth club.
Over 200 community service hours.</p>
National Student Leadership Conference 2004 (International Diplomacy)
Non-Paid Volunteer at the IRS</p>
<p>Senior Year Schedule loaded with 6 AP's (CALC A, CALC B, FRENCH, GOV, LIT, and EURO)</p>
<p>Probable Essay Topics:
- Assume something really good, and really unorthodox about my particular passion in a topic I would rather not mention.
- Struggles in adapting to a new culture.
- Overcoming hardships in Colombia.</p>