Chance an OOS!

<p>SAT I: 2030
720 M 700 W 670 CR
This was done with very little preparation, and will be retaken in October. I'm aiming for a 2100+ which I believe is feasible.</p>

<p>SAT II:
USH - 620
World - 640
I understand that this is my weakest part of my resume and will be taking the Math II and Literature tests in November (assuming that this isn't too late).</p>

<p>GPA: 4.30 (Freshman 4.214, Sophomore 4.214, Junior 4.783)</p>

<p>AP Classes (11)
Sophomore: AP World - 4</p>

<p>Junior: AP Calculus AB (4,5), AP Environmental Science (4,5), AP English Language and Composition (5), AP US History (4), AP Music Theory (2,3).</p>

<p>Senior: AP Calculus BC, AP Physics C, AP Literature, AP</p>

<p>EC's:
-President of Social Studies Honors Society.
-Member of NHS, Math Honors Society, Spanish Honors Society.
-Volunteer at Make-A-Splash, which is a community service organization to help people with mental disabilities.
-I swim 80+ hours per month, which is obviously a huge time commitment. I have won many awards for being both an athlete and scholar-athlete.</p>

<p>Hooks:
Attended Virginia Boys State</p>

<p>SAT + GPA both look pretty low for OOS. however, junior year gpa is good.
EC's are okay, nothing spectacular but some variety. More leadership positions?
What are you interested in?</p>

<p>Academically? I'm planning on majoring in economics and then going on to get either an MBA or a JD.</p>

<p>Unless you are applying to another university that requires SAT IIs don't bother retaking them, because UNC doesn't count them towards admission.</p>

<p>With the insane amount of APs that you are taking I would say you have a good shot. Just raise your CR to 700+ and you should be good, but as always, nothing is ever certain for OSS. Also, by my math you have a 2090, not 2030.</p>

<p>Your SAT scores don't add up correctly! According to your division, your composite should be 2090! Thought I should point out!</p>

<p>Yeah, no point in retaking the SAT IIs for UNC...</p>

<p>My mind must have been somewhere else. My writing score was a 640, not a 700.</p>