Chance me Boston College?

<p>I am a female student at a competitive Catholic High school in California. I have a 3.8 GPA and a 1920 SAT Score. I have received 2 fours on AP tests. I have strong recommendations, plenty extra curriculars, and strong essays. I already know that it is definitely a reach, but would appreciate honest chances. Thank you!</p>

<p>if you took honors/ap classes then you will definitely get in.If you took regular classes then maybe. good luck :smiley: Also is that weighted or not?</p>

<p>That is just my cumulative GPA, I honestly have no idea if it is weighted or unweighted. I have taken four years of language. 2 APs last year and one this year. My grades have basically gone up steadily since sophomore year. Latest semester GPA is 4.2. Thanks!</p>

<p>It’s not completely out of the question but it’s a high reach.</p>

<p>What’s your safety, a CSU? Or an UC?</p>

<p>I have been accepted to UPitt, UMass Amherst, and University of New Hampshire (will not go here), and applied to Syracuse as well. And yes, I applied to UCSB, UC Irvine, UC Santa Cruz, and San Diego, as well as Cal Poly SLO. Thanks!</p>

<p>I would not stay it is a high reach. [Boston</a> College - GPA and Test Scores Needed for Admission](<a href=“]Boston”>Boston College: Acceptance Rate, SAT/ACT Scores, GPA)</p>

<p>There is a mix of people. Just stand out from the rest and tell them why they should choose you. good luck! I think it is a low match</p>

<p>Not a high reach but it’s still in reach-land.</p>

<p>A low match has 2 different definitions, depending on who you ask: the poster above uses a low match as a near-reach while a low match is a near-safety to me.</p>

<p>People for whom Boston College is a low match would, with the ECs you have, be 3.9UW/2300 students.</p>

<p>I don’t think you’ll get in</p>

<p>Haha forreal though</p>

<p>BC is reachable… but that’s all I can say for now.</p>