Chance me at Georgetown? Please?

<p>(*Note: I didn't know that there was a "What are my chances?" section, so I'm reposting this question here. Thanks in advance for the feedback.)</p>

<p>Or at least please let me know if I'm on the right track. Hoping to get into Georgetown when my time comes because of its location and strong record in sending graduates to careers of public service. I'd also like to know if my ECs an supplement my weakish GPA. Here's my profile:</p>

<p>Race: Hispanic
Top-notch private school (for point of reference, appeared in recent Forbes Top 20 list)
GPA: 3.4ish (trending upward; my school doesn't give GPAs, just semester and year-end grades, so this is a rough estimation)
Rising junior
Confirmed Course Load Next (Junior) Year: Advanced US History, Economics, Latin, Advanced French, AB Calculus, Junior English, 1 elective
APs I plan to take: US, AB Calc, English, French, Economics, US Government and Politics, (maybe) Comparative Government and Politics, (maybe) Spanish
"Perks"--none but first generation college student (though not first in my family), son of immigrants
PSATs/SATs--none yet
Extra Curriculars:
*Page, US House of Reprensentatives (accepted, will serve July-August this year)
*President of school chapter of Young Democrats
*Student Government--Representative freshman year, Secretary this year, Class President-elect for next year
*Debate
*Volunteer on winning campaign for Manhattan (NY) District Attorney
*NFTE business camp
*NFTE business incubator
*I'll likely volunteer for another campaign this summer once I'm done with the Page program
Other: very good at writing application essays, teachers have written great recs for programs I've applied to thus far
Intended plans for college: Major in prelaw, minor in Government</p>

<p>Hispanic = get into any college you want.</p>

<p>Yay affirmative action!</p>

<p>Let me give you an educated response, : )
Btw, Georgetown is one of my top choices (going to be a senior next year)
First, if you can continue the upward trend in you GPA to around a 3.7-3.8 it would make your profile stronger. Next start thinking about what SAT II Subject tests you want to take. Remember, for Georgetown you need 3. A better inference can be made when you post your test results. So far all of you ex-co's relate to you intended major which is great!! It shows concentration and commitment to one particular area. You are on the right track so far! Good luck!!</p>

<p>Thanks for the feedback!</p>

<p>Any other insight?</p>

<p>bump bump bump</p>

<p>GPA is pretty bad. You don't have any test scores listed. The ECs you listed are just a bunch of summer camp things that will not add any credibility or positive elements to your App.</p>

<p>You really need to take SATs or ACTs, Subject Tests and AP tests before we can accurately chance you, but from this perspective, Gtown seems out of reach.</p>

<p>I'm not fully experienced on the subject of chances, but as a sophomore, you have no testing data or AP data to fully gauge what chance of admission you have. Come back next year or even sooner -- at least when you have some test data and Junior grades.</p>

<p>Thanks for your feedback!</p>

<p>Any other responses on whether I'm on the right track?</p>

<p>You certainly seem to be on the right track regarding your ECs, which are very focused as Samiseoul already mentioned. Sadly, your lack of SAT/ACT/AP scores make it nearly impossible to 'chance' you. Keep up the good work and start studying for the PSATs. Trust me, you will regret it if you do not. I neglected to study for them and ended up not even getting NM commended. Good Luck!</p>

<p>Thanks for your feedback? I would great appreciate others' feedback, and I would also be glad to be of help whenever I can</p>

<p>^bump10char?</p>

<p>Impossible to say without scores. The top school is a mixed blessing-a good GPA shows you can handle college work, but you've had every benefit and they will expect a high score.</p>