Any chance with pathetic EC's?

<p>Hey, thanks for chancing. I'd really like to go to Georgetown.</p>

<p>White Male, Jewish
Public high school in CA
middle class - upper middle class range</p>

<p>GPA: 3.89 UW
ACT: 33 Composite
SAT: 730 CR 780 M 700 W = 2210 T
SAT Subjects: still need to take</p>

<p>APs:
9th grade: Human Geo - 4
10th grade: World History - 5, Chemistry - 4
11th grade: English Lang, Bio, US History (awaiting scores)
12th grade schedule: AP English Lit, AP Stat, AP Physics, AP Psych, AP Spanish Lang, AP Art History</p>

<p>ECs: my weak point. It looks like I was part of a lot, but my commitment to all but lacrosse was minimal.
Roller Hockey Club (we really don't do anything)
Surf Team (joined this so I could take Chinese my sophomore year; it counted as a phys ed credit. Plus I wanted to learn how to surf)
Film Club (didn't really participate...)
Science Fair Club (didn't have time or interest with lacrosse)
Lacrosse grades 9-12: grade 11 team captain, team has gone to and done well at states for three consecutive years; big commitment
Peer Mentor to incoming freshmen during 11th grade
Chemistry tutor (about 6 hours a week) during 10th and 11th grades</p>

<p>On a side note, I've been playing piano since I was 2. It haven't done anything with it, really, but it's an activity that I really enjoy. I think I might write my essay about this.</p>

<p>Essays and Recs: All but one English teacher has liked my writing, and I got pretty close to my science teachers, so I'll probably have decent, if not good, recs. I haven't really started thinking about these yet, though.</p>

<p>Sorry if this wasn't as brief as it could have been. Do I have any chance?</p>

<p>Yeah, sure, my SAT (M+CR) was exactly the same and I had no clubs or leadership positions.</p>

<p>You've certainly got a shot. Your SATs are solid. Challenging curriculum.
ECs won't knock anyone over, but i don't know that they kill you either.
you'll be in the running.
Good luck.</p>