Chance for prospective business major - Ivys (including wharton) + other schools

<p>White male
One of the top ranked schools in Ohio</p>

<p>Test Scores:
PSAT - Composite 215 - CR 60, Math 75, Writing 80 (Recognized by National Merit)
SAT I - Composite 2120 - CR 640, Math 770, Writing 710, 9 Essay
ACT (will definitely be used over the SAT) - Composite 34 - English 34, Math 34, Reading 33, Science 33, 9 Essay, 32 English + Writing
SAT II - US History 800, Bio M 770, Taking Math II in June
AP - US History 5, Bio 5
Weighted: 4.34
Unweighted: 3.95</p>

9th: Honors English 9, Algebra II (advanced), Honors Bio, World History, Spanish I, PE, Band
10th: Honors English 10, Pre-Calc, AP Bio, AP US History, Spanish II, Intro to Computer Programming/Health, Band
11th: AP English 11, AP Calc BC, Honors Chem, AP Econ (Micro and Macro), Spanish III, AP Comp Sci, Band
12th (Projected, should happen unless we have budget cuts...): AP English 12, AP Stat, Honors Physics, AP US Gov, Spanish IV, AP Psych, Band</p>


<p>Youth Group - Treasurer
Band - Squad Leader
PF Debate Team
Youth Panel that alloctates money to the community
Day Camp Counselor
Religious School</p>


<p>Most Creative Fundraiser in Youth Group Region
Most Outstanding Male Student in Religious Class
2X Award that each teacher gives to 2 students per semester</p>

1. UPenn Wharton
2. Ohio State Honors College/Fisher Business School (legacy)
3. Northwestern (legacy)
4. WashU in St. Louis Olin
5. Cornell
6. Brandeis</p>

<p>Bump 10char</p>

<p>Wharton: reach
OSU: Match
Brandeis: Match
Northwestern: low reach
WashU: low reach
Cornell: reach</p>

<p>Try to get more leadership positions/business related ECs and write a good essay.</p>

<p>Wharton's impossible with your SAT Reasoning and your extracurriculars, unless your parents are huge donors.</p>

<p>Wouldn't Wharton look at my act over sat?</p>

<p>You're right, apologies. I skipped over your ACT.</p>

<p>Any more opinions?</p>

<p>bumpity bump</p>

<p>anyone else.....???</p>

<p>You're into Northwestern as a legacy, maybe Cornell, no at Wharton.</p>