Accepted or Rejected?

<p>So my grades aren't spectacularly high and my GPA is a 3.28. I know it's low, but my ACT score is relatively okay, it's a 33. Is there any chance that I can get into the University of Michigan? All of my classes have been APs or honors, and I'm part of the leadership in many clubs. Do I have a shot?</p>

<p>More Information:</p>

GPA: 3.28 UW
SAT: 2040
ACT: 33
SAT IIs: 760 in US History, and will be taking Math, English and Chem
APs: 4 on American History, took Chem, World and English Language this year. Next year = Econ, Gov, English Lit, Psychology, Calculus AB
A Year ahead in Math - Honors Track.</p>

Community Improvement/Volunteering Club - 3 years
Environmental Activists - 1 year
FIRST Robotics - 4 years, Management lead this year, Vice Pres next
French Club - Public Relations Lead
(Also member of a couple culture clubs but not worth mentioning, they're for fun. )</p>

<p>Volunteer Work & Other:
Red Cross Volunteer
Other Volunteering throughout community
Teacher's Assistant
Hospital Volunteer - Emergency/CDU
Internship this summer</p>

<p>Probably a relatively good essay, mediocre/good teacher recs, good counselor rec.</p>

<p>It doesn't look good because your GPA is very low. I have a friend who got in with a 3.8 weighted though, which shocked me. There were people above that who were waitlisted/rejected. Take a shot and see what happens. But don't expect anything.</p>

<p>UMich now takes whatever weighted GPA is on your transcript...what is your weighted GPA?</p>

<p>At the end of last semester, it would be a 3.4. If all goes as planned this semester, it should be a 3.5.</p>

<p>Umich would be reachy but can't hurt to try.</p>

<p>Look at the school's admission stats for the class that it admitted in 2009.
The stats are at Office</a> of Undergraduate Admissions: About Michigan</p>

<p>You have an uphill climb ahead of you.</p>

<p>Thanks for your input :)</p>

<p>Just wondering, will it help that i'm instate?</p>

<p>And what other schools should I apply to? I know that Umich is a reach, and I'm applying to MSU, but is there anything else I could apply to (in or out of state) for business or psychology?</p>