Anyone have any idea as to my chances?

<p>Hey. Here are my stats. Also, not I just entered my junior year.</p>

<p>GPA: 3.97 unweighted; 4.71 weighted
Top 10% in a very competitve high school</p>

<p>Freshman year courses:
Honours English, Honours American History, French II (no honours available), Theoretical Algebra II (considered honours), Honours General Science, Design Foundations, Standard Physical Fitness, Gifted Studies
Sophomore Year Courses:
Honours English, Honours Biology, Honours Honours European History, Honours Asian History, Creative Writing, Standard Physical Fitness, Theoretical Geometry (still honours), Family Consumer Science, Gifted Studies
Junior Year Courses:
A.P. English, A.P. Chemistry, A.P. Trigonometry, A.P. Composition, Standard PHysical Fitness, Introduction to Journalism, Standard Physical Fitness, French III, Gifted Studies</p>

Written: 800
Verbal: 800
Math: 760
(haven’t taken SAT II’s yet)</p>

<p>Extra Curriculars:
Junior Varsity Cross Country (9)
Performance Arts; primary acting role in 2 musicals and 2 plays (10-11)
Champion Varsity Quiz Bowl Team (9-11)
Mock Trial (10-11)
Winter Track (10-11)
Newspaper Contributor (9-11) and editor (10-11)
Eagle Scout, Senior Patrol Leader aka head scout (since I was 9)
30 hours yearly for Inner City Day Camp
40 hours total community service for Boy Scouts
Member of American Young Socialists
National Youth Leadership Conference (a great combination, n’est-ce pas?)
Amnesty International (11)</p>

<p>Oh, and my teachers are all pretty much half an inch from molestation charges, so my recommendations should be good (please note the hyperbole). I’ve been told my essays are Swift material. Any suggestions?</p>

<p>You look solid. Keep your grades up junior and senior year (looks like that shouldn't be too much of a problem for you!) and write some awesome essays.</p>

<p>Where are you from? I've never heard of AP trig, and you use the British spelling for "honours." Are you international?</p>

<p>I'm from Manheim Township High School, in Lancaster Pennsylvania. It's Amish country, and about as international as Bush's coalition. I'm not international, but I often find myself using English spellings in odd places; several papers have come back with "Typo" scrawled across every missing "z". Brown is a school of which I have dreamt since I was 10, and I even have photograph of the Van Winkle gates hanging above my bookshelf, although I'm afraid there's a bit of a rip in it. Also, do you think they'll look well upon my positive grade jump from Freshman to Sophomore year? I fear if they don't give me an interview, I may not be able to make excuses for myself. Also, it's Theoretical Trigonometry; pardon the typo.</p>