American and G.W.?

<p>okay so i'm officially confused about admission standards bc answers vary from place to place. These are my stats:</p>

<p>Illinois resident
g.p.a.- 3.75(weighted) 3.49(unweighted)
act- 27
sat- verbal 670 math 580 (1250)
top 19% @ a pretty competitive school
4 years on tennis team
2 years in business club
2 years drug prevention club
work experience</p>

<p>I was wondering what my chances are at D.C. schools such as American and George Washington? Also other schools close by such as Richmond, University of Maryland, and University of Delaware?
If anyone who goes there or who knows accurate stats for these schools could help me to figure out what my chances are? oh, and if anyone knows about uiuc, that'd be great! If there doesn't seem to be much hope, are there any good affordable schools that have a good international relations program that i have a good chance at?

<p>good shot at American and GW. However, for GW try to get that SAT score above 1300 if possible but if not you still have a decent shot but your chances would still be higher at American.</p>

<p>My daughter visisted both. She liked GW's open campus in the middle of the city, just blocks from the White House. She would have applied there if she had been absolutely certain she wanted to be a Government major.</p>

<p>American made it to the top, or very near, of our most disliked college list. Struck all three of us (daughter, mom, dad) as an oversized high school, both in facilities and attitude of the administration. They do have a really outstanding international business program if that happens to interest you.</p>

<p>You might also look at Loyola in Baltimore & James Madison in northern VA to get you within easy traveling distance of DC.</p>

<p>And if you are not against a religious affiliation, check out Catholic University as well.</p>