<p>Right now I am trying to narrow down my college list and I am experiencing certain difficulties since I cannot decide whether I am well-qualified for the colleges I have chosen. First, my stats:</p>
<p>SAT I - 1450 (750 Verbal, 700 Math)
SAT II - Writing 710 (retaking)
I am taking two more tests soon.
TOEFL CBT - 290, 6 on the essay
My high school record is 5.92 out of 6.00</p>
<p>Student government - Vice president during 9th and 11th grade, and student body president during 10th grade.
Volunteer at the school's informational office - 8th grade; position held: coordinator of media resources and PR; hours spent: 30
Animator in UNESCO projects during 9th and 10th grade - animator of Media workshops.
Director of and actor in a school play - 8th grade
YMCA volunteer - hours spent: 30
Internship at National DARIK Radio - 10th and 11th grade
Reporter at National DARIK Radio - 11th and 12th grade
Work experience as a reporter and interviewer in the creation of a documentary movie about the American University in Bulgaria.
Volunteer service at English Language Club - 10th and 11th grade. hours per week: 20, weeks per year: 28, total: 1120
Peer tutoring in English
School's athletics team: 12th grade
Participation in Leadership camps organized by the YMCA, SEEYLI Program and Open Society
Volunteer work as an English interpreter in the YMCA.
Work experience as an English translator .
Hobbies: creative writing, reading books, writing short stories and essays, travelling, singing(choir solo singer) and dancing(ballet)
Sports: bicycling, jogging, skating, and swimming
1st place in an English language national writing contest on women's issues. - 9th grade
1st place in an essay writing competition. - 10th grade
Essay on European Citizenship ranked among top 10, given special prize and published.
Other essays and articles published in regional newspapers.
Certificate of academic and extracurricular achievement granted by the town's municipality.
Certificate for volunteer service during the European Days of Culture, a project coordinated by UNESCO.</p>
<p>Currently, I am considering Duke, Macalester, Grinnell, Colgate,Colby,Vanderbilt,Emory,Swarthmore, Bowdoin, Bates, Connecticut, Colorado college and Cornell. I keep asking myself the question: am I good enough for those schools or am I only dreaming to get there? How do you think I stand compared to other applicants for those schools?</p>
<p>I would appreciate your honest responses:) and thanks for reading this rather long post:)</p>