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<p>Schools so far:
Columbia ED
UChicago EA
UMich Ross EA
Boston College EA
Penn Wharton
NYU Stern
CMU Tepper
USC Marshall

<p>Possible safeties?
Boston U</p>

International (Asian)

<p>Private, competitive international school (sends many people to top schools excluding HYPSM)</p>

<p>Rank: Top 20% (there are only 70 people so it's super hard to get in the top 20%...)</p>

<p>UW GPA: 3.81 (w/o freshman: 3.85)
W GPA: 4.0 (no APs allowed in fresh/soph year, no weight for honors) (w/o freshman: 4.13)
Upward trend in GPA</p>

<p>SAT 1: 2320 (800 W w/ 12 essay, 750 CR, 770 M) first try, should I retake for math? :/
SAT 2: Math 2C 800, World History 790 (taking Chem might take Bio)
AP: taking Chem, Physics, Macro & Micro Econ this year, taking Calc BC and 2 other APs that I haven't decided yet next year</p>

Mathletes (9, 10, 11, 12)
-- a.k.a. math honor society (must have at least 94 in math class to be a member)
Debate team (10, 11, 12)
-- Parliamentary, Lincoln Douglas debate
Red Cross International Orchestra (11, 12)
-- Played flute first chair
National Geriatric Hospital Volunteer (11, 12)
-- Cooking/serving food for free to elderly
Silver Flower member (11, 12)
-- Organization dedicated to helping impoverished elderly with no children; things we do include delivering coal/rice/clothes and other necessities to elderly people in remote areas
-- Flute for the past 6 (maybe 7?) years</p>

<p>Summer Activities:
- I'll be doing an internship at Barclays during this winter vacation and summer vacation</p>

- No financial aid necessary (parents make seven digit salary)</p>

<p>Potential major: Finance or economics (if finance is not offered)</p>

<p>Interested in either working in banking or going to law school</p>

<p>Columbia ED - Reach (it's a reach for everyone though)
UChicago EA - Low Reach/ High Target
UMich Ross EA - High Target
Boston College EA - High Target
Penn Wharton - Low Reach
Northwestern - Low reach/ High Target
NYU Stern - Target
CMU Tepper - High Target</p>

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<p>^I would say BC, Michigan, and CMU are solid matches. Would be surprised if you were deferred/rejected at any of these schools although you may have to wait to enter Ross if and when accepted.</p>

<p>Intended major is business or economics...</p>

<p>Columbia ED - Reach
UChicago EA - High Target
UMich Ross EA - Don't know
Boston College EA - Target
Penn Wharton - Reach
Northwestern - Target
NYU Stern - High Target
CMU Tepper - Target</p>

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<p>Chanced back you guys!

<p>You can't apply ED and REA to Boston College. That's what the "r" signifies... poor ethics/research</p>

<p>Oh sorry..didn't know that...(wow, thanks counselor)
Then I'll probably RD to BC.</p>



<p>Your rank is going to be a major problem at the ivies and Chicago. These schools typically have under 5% that were not top 10%, and those will be athletes, URMs and powerful legacies. Add being an Asian international which is probably the most competitive pool of all and I think those 3 will be very tough.</p>

<p>I think you'll get into Stern and most of the others.</p>

<p>Thank you. I have just been notified that my school does not release rank unless you are val or sal. Will this boost my chances?</p>



<p>Columbia ED - Low to high reach
UChicago EA - High target
UMich Ross EA - target/match
Boston College EA - target
Penn Wharton - high reach
Northwestern - Target
NYU Stern - high target
CMU Tepper - target/match</p>

<p>Ivies are tough, especially Wharton. It's very subjective, so it's hard to tell. But your SATs are strong.</p>

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