Chance a high school sophomore for Georgetown, American, Cambridge, and Upenn?

<p>Hi everyone! If you could chance me on the above schools, I would really appreciate it. If you have any info / knowledge of affordable summer programs that deal with international relations (my intended major), politics, national security, or language, feel free to include that too! Although I will probably be making a separate thread for that. </p>

<p>I haven't taken the SATs or ACTs yet, keep in mind.</p>

<p>I will also be including some ECs that I haven't completed now but that I am pretty sure will be in the future, in a perfect world. Ie, this means although I've only been in sga for 2 years, I plan on going the whole 4 and running for an office. </p>

<p>PSAT: all in high 70s
Class Rank: roughly 30/400
Percentile: 7th
GPA: 3.6 (unweighted), 3.9 (weighted)</p>

<p>Multiple language classes that set me apart:
5 years of Spanish up to the AP level
4 years of Latin up to AP level
3 years of French
2 Years of German</p>

<p>Basic knowledge of Japanese through self-study. </p>

<p>Extra Curriculars:</p>

<p>Mock trial attorney- 3 years. Hard work. This year as a sophomore my team made it to the semi-finals before being knocked out. I can't predict the future, but I am confident that my team has the potential to win it all next year. </p>

<p>SGA president, 2 years, member for 4</p>

<p>Wrestling / martial arts- I'm the first female wrestler EVER in my school and county. I compete against boys on the varsity and JV levels. This is my first year wrestling, as a sophomore. I haven't won a match & am not very good at it, but it's something I love and enjoy doing. Aside from wrestling for my school, I also do jui jitsu, muay tai, and judo, martial arts that I AM relatively good at. </p>

<p>For my essay, I'm planning on writing about my experience as a female wrestler in a sport dominated by males, & about how my love of martial arts spurred me to teach myself Japanese. </p>

<p>Special awards / honors:
- Johns Hopkins Scholar
- National Honor Society member
- National Spanish Honor Society member</p>

<p>((What I am worried most about is my lack of community service, lack of travel experience - especially with my intended major, and mediocre grades. Tell me if I'm right/wrong to think this. ))</p>

<p>Thanks so much!</p>

<p>Oh, in 8th grade I was also the Scripps National Spelling Bee winner for my school, and I took first place runner up in the county. I'm unsure if that matters though so... haha :)</p>

<p>Does anyone have any suggestions for schools that I at least have a shot at, if none of the above? >.<</p>

<p>You are ridiculous. You're in at American. Great shot at Penn and Georgetown. I heard the Oxbridge Application process is pretty ridiculous (mandatory physics test and some other stuff) and I don't understand it. This is a fantastic site though:Cambridge</a> University Alternative Prospectus - Apply to Cambridge.</p>

<p>I'm a junior and I'm applying to a program called United World Colleges. It just might be your thang. It's a 2 year IB Diploma(So if you apply as a junior, you take a gap year) in one of 12 schools around the world in breath-taking places such as in Wales, Bosnia, Hong Kong, and Venezuela where there are students from all around the world. The vast majority of the students are on full scholarships. Check it out here:UWC</a> | UWC</p>

<p>It is very difficult to chance you without SATs, SAT IIs, final GPA, etc., but I would say you're on the right track for American. You also have a fairly okay shot at Georgetown. As you stand now, though, Cambridge and UPenn are quite high reaches.</p>

<p>What are you applying for at Cambridge?</p>

<p>Can't chance you unless you have SAT/ACT + AP scores.</p>

<p>You have a good start, raise that GPA a lot though. You have good SAT's as long as your SAT's look like your PSAT's, and also participate in a lot of high weight activities now and do community service. Like I said though, good start, raise the GPA, but it is too early to say anything yet.</p>

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