Chance, class of 2014

<p>I am going to apply to BC early action. What are my chances?</p>

SAT: 2100 (CR= 690, M= 750, W= 660)
subject tests: korean = 750, math 1= 690, world history= 740, french = 640, biology-E = 650
(I’m retaking math, bio, and french)
ACT: 31</p>

<p>GPA= 3.75 unweighted
taking the most rigorous course load available (3 AP classes Junior year, 5 AP classes senior yr)
Rank = 15/445</p>

<p>Extracurriculars: Treasurer/President of Renaissance Club, Class Rep for Student Council, Treasurer of National Honor Society, E-board leader of Volunteer club, student tutor, hospital volunteer, president of math club, asian-american club, Varsity x-c (9-10 grades), Varsity indoor track (9-10), varsity Tennis (9-12), upward bound, Piano, tufts summer program (after 11th grade)</p>

<p>Awards: some here and there</p>

<p>gender: male
ethnicity: asian (korean) but born in the U.S.
First-generation college status</p>


<p>You're in, kiddo. Next time, make one post with all your potential schools in it so that you don't clog up each and every school's boards.</p>


<p>I don't know how to do that. I'm just posting on each school's site</p>

<p>It's all good. Next time. There's a "What are my chances" board somewhere on CC.</p>

<p>Dear sportskid52 : Thus far in the new chance-me season, your resume has been one of the stronger ones here on College Confidential. Your SAT scores (1440/1600) should be strong enough although you might want to experiment with an extra try on the ACT for another composite point or two. Good luck!</p>

Yeah, I'm going to take ACT's again in September</p>

<p>Dear sportskid52 : You might want to check about the need to retake the French SAT II as your current score (for BC) might be sufficient for placement outside of the language requirements.</p>

<p>For those of you applying this upcoming advice is to use your essay to show yourself( not a student/athlete/superhero), as a person.Don't be afraid to expose your human side a little bit.haha. Also it's impossible to relax, but just do your best and expect anything, and know that success isn't defined by the name of your school, but how you do when you get there.Best of luck to all :) Hope to see you guys at BC in upcoming years!!!</p>