Any tips/comments?

<p>I'm currently a junior (class of 2006), interested to know if I'm going in the right track.</p>

<p>Gender/Race: Male, Asian Indian
Major: Business or Economics
GPA: 3.877 (Academic)/3.91 (Overall)/3.96 (UC)
- Freshmen Yr (4.0/4.0)
- Sophomore Yr (3.83/3.67)
SAT: Around 2100/2400 on the new SAT (roughly 1400 on the old)
Classes: 3 AP's this year, 5 Honors so far -- Aiming for 5 or 6 AP's for senior year; so, roughly a total of about 9 AP's, 5 Honors.
School: Top 50 in the nation; Top in Northern California</p>

<p>Planning to apply:
-U of Chicago
-Boston College
- USC</p>

Speech and Debate (9th - current)
Tae Kwon Doe (Age 10 - current)
Percussion (Age 10 - current)
Cycling/Cycling Team (9th - current)
Student Advisory Board for Congresswoman (Hopefully 12th)
Planning to start Politics Club (11th-12th) and serve as President</p>

- Speech and Debate: Excellence Award
- School: Principal's Letter of Commendation (9th)
- (Probably) National Merit Commendation; (Maybe) Semifinalist</p>

<p>Any comments on if I can get in to the listed colleges, and/or what areas I need to improve in -- greatly appreciated. Thanks for the help in advance.</p>

<p>You're on the right track, but JR year is extremely important so it's hard to tell.</p>

<p>I agree with Sepi. Also, I'm surprised you don't have UPenn/Wharton on your list. It would be a good choice for someone interested in business/finance.</p>

<p>I thought I had NO chance at ALL at Wharton with my GPA, SATs, and EC's. Do you think I stand a chance at UPenn?</p>