Chance for Princeton and Yale (junior)

<p>I know that Princeton and Yale are long shots for anyone, but I love the schools and I'm wondering how you think I compare to other applicants at this point. Any input is appreciated :)</p>

<p>Gender: Female
Race: White
Location: East Coast
Competitive public high school (ranked in the top 100 nationally)
Income: 750,000+</p>

<p>PSAT: 226 (above the cutoff in my state for National Merit Finalist)
SAT: 2320 (will retake-I should get 2350+)
GPA: 97.5 average unweighted (my school doesn't weight grades)</p>

<p>Junior Year Schedule and projected AP score:
-AP Lang (4 or 5)
-APUSH (5)
-AP Biology (5)
-AP Physics C (5)
-AP Psychology (5)</p>

<p>Senior Year Schedule:
-AP Government
-AP Literature
-AP Spanish
-AP Calculus BC
-AP Biology
-AP Studio

-President of 4 clubs (and member since freshman year)
-Varsity track (8,9,10,11)
-Varsity tennis (9,10,11 and 2-year captain)
-8 years of guitar
-Volunteering at art gallery
-Volunteering at animal shelter
-Art classes with professor at local university
-Peer mentor (10,11)
-Math club (9,10,11)
-Summer internship at local hospital (10)</p>

-American chemical society award (10,11)
-Scholastic art and writing awards (11)
-Ribbons at school fine arts festival (9,10)
-School English award (9)
-School art award (10)</p>

<p>Let me know what you think, and if you have any suggestions for what I should do to improve!</p>

<p>As someone who is obviously reasonably intelligent and astute, I'm sure you realize that you are among the stronger end of the applicant spectrum... Granted, admissions at P and Y are not predictable. The best advice I can offer is for you to spend the next few months reflecting upon what is most important to you, and how you would like to represent that throughout your applications.</p>

<p>It will be tough. High ranked school in NE or mid atlantic, high income but no legacy or recruited athlete? Maybe if you're from RI or VT.....</p>

<p>EC's alright, not fantastic. Still stand a decent chance at admissions for top schools, you're sure to get into one if you apply to a few.</p>

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