Chance Me at MIchigan!!!

<p>mkay so: im about to be a senior in ga, my unw gpa is 3.6 at least the way i calculated it on my couch....:$( my 1st sem junior year i had one 87 and one 88. but if it was only for one sem and the next i had all a's, is that considered for an upward trend?)
will have taken 8 aps by end of high school, i had harvard educated teachers btw so my classes were pretty hard.
1.orch for 6 years. in 2nd highest group.
-solo and ensemble superior twice.
2.fbla historian and secreatary.
-got to nationals for business communication. school.
-recycle 2 hours every week.
4.beta club.
5.the young entrepreners program.
-4th place in state business plan competition.
6.ymca mission atlanta 2 years.
-worked with underpriveledged metro atl kids.
7.gonna be on the newspaper this year.
8.a school honor award for mathematics.
9. french nhs inductee, taken french for 3 yrs in hs.</p>

<p>2150 sat, 32 act.</p>

<p>senior year classes:
ap calc ab
ap econ
ap lit
orch 3

<p>i never had work experience bc i just turned 16 in may so....will they know that?</p>

<p>Do you not have a social science class available for senior year?</p>

<p>nope, we have to take economics.</p>

<p>Oh okay. What about science?</p>

<p>........ Physics..........?</p>

<p>You are in the possible range at Michigan. The only ones who can give you a realistic assessment of your chances are the members of the admissions committee at Michigan, and then only when they have your complete application package in front of them.</p>

<p>This message is MIT-specific, but the principle applies to all selective colleges:</p>

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<p>Make sure your college list includes some safeties - schools where your stats are well above the norm, that you can pay for under most pessimistic FA assumptions, and where you'd be happy.</p>