Am I on the right track?

<p>I've put together a list of schools that I think are at my level based on what people here have said about other with similar stats to mine. I'd like to get some opinions on whether or not I'm aiming too high, too low, or if I'm right on target. </p>

<p>My list of schools (planning on majoring in business administration and/or political science):</p>

<p>Rutgers University
College of William and Mary
Tulane University
University of Wisconsin- Madison
University of Michigan- Ann Arbor
Lehigh Univeristy</p>

<p>Stats:
24/389 in NJ Public school (Rising Senior)
5.3 GPA</p>

<p>2120 SATS (760 M/700 CR/660 W)
5 on AP Calc AB test
4 on AP Chem test
I will also be taking 4 more AP classes this upcoming year.</p>

<p>In the extra curricular department, I'm admittedly very lacking, with basically only indoor and outdoor track. However, I am quite successful at it, having already been recruited by Lehigh, and from what I can tell even though I haven't made any contact with the coaches yet, seem to be good enough to somewhat of a standout at Tulane and William & Mary and at least make the team for the others.</p>

<p>Well, there it is. If anybody would be willing to let me know what they think it would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.</p>

<p>I actually think you could use more reaches if you have 1460 combined CR + math. But I can't tell from your post exactly what to recommend. The main limiting factor is undergraduate business administration which isn't offered by a lot of schools, so you might have to think whether economics classes are close enough. If so, maybe Haverford, Wesleyan, Middlebury. Even Dartmouth might be worth a try.</p>

<p>I agree with Hitch that a couple of reaches might be a good idea. As an FYI, not every college will term business the same. Tulane offers a bachelors of science in management. From that you can specialize in finance, ect. They also offer econ but that is regraded as a liberal arts major. I'm not sure econ will be close enough if it is in fact business that you are looking to study in undergrad. </p>

<p>A lot of people get confused about ECs. Schools don't won't a well-rounded student as much as they want a well-rounded class. They would rather have a person that is really into one thing that a person that is kind of into a ton of things. You should be fine. Best of luck!</p>