Brown, Smith and McGill?

<p>I'm going to be a junior in a relatively well-known NJ school and wanted to see if I'm on the right track. Thanks!</p>

<p>Freshman Year:</p>

<li>GPA: 3.95</li>
<li>Rank: 11/420</li>
<li>All advanced classes</li>
<li>Electives: French 1&2A with mandatory Foundation Art and computer/business electives</li>
<li>ECs: French Club, Project LEAD (freshmen orientation), Interact Club (Community Service)</li>
<li>Sports: Fencing</li>
<li><p>Employment: File clerk</p></li>
<li><p>3rd place in a district-wide Feminist art contest</p></li>

<p>Sophomore Year:
- GPA: 3.945
- Rank: 10/419
- All advanced classes, pre-IB
- Electives: French 3A, Drawing and Painting, and Creative Writing
- ECs: in addition; Friends of Rachel, LGBT Alliance Club, Spectrum Magazine Club (art)
- Sports: Tennis, Fencing, Track and Field (High jumping), Crossfit Athletic Training
- Employment: file clerk</p>

<li>French Honor Society</li>
<li>National Honor Society of High School Honors</li>
<li>photography featured in an art show</li>

<p>For my junior year, I am starting the IB program, hosting a foreign exchange student, and looking at a scholarship that would let me learn Chinese in China for a summer. Do you think these colleges would be interested in me? Thank you.</p>

<p>GPA and rank are in where they need to be. ACT/SAT will be a big factor, kill them and I really think you have a great chance. If you keep that job it will look good showing that you can handle commitment for 3+ years. Your clubs, look for leadership positions, and try to sponsor some events with them (maybe a specific thing that you are the main thinker) and I really believe you are on the right track. Good luck :)</p>

<p>I think you are definitely on the right track for the top tier schools. All you need are good standardized test scores</p>

<p>I can’t tell you anything realistic until after junior year, but you look like you’re doing well enough to get into some top colleges! Good luck!!</p>