Chance Me, EDII or RD?

<p>Objective:[ul]
[<em>] SAT I (breakdown): 2130 750 CR, 720 W, 660 M
[</em>] ACT: 31
[<em>] SAT II: Horrid. Will not submit.
[</em>] Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.9 HS, 3.8 college (I got my AS 6 months before HS grad)
[<em>] Weighted GPA: 5.2
[</em>] Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable):2/54
[<em>] AP (place score in parenthesis): Not offered
[</em>] IB (place score in parenthesis): Not offered, but we do dual credit and I have a degree
[li] Senior Year Course Load:[/li]Teacher's Aide in Intro to Engineering and Design and World Geography
Dual Credit British Literature- A
Dual Credit Government- A
PLTW Civil Engineering and Architecture- A
Dual Credit Economics- A
Capstone Engineering (designing a sculpture garden on an old railroad bridge)- A
Dual Credit Statistics- A
Dual Credit PE- A
Second Semester:
Teacher's Aide
DC Brit Lit
Dual Credit Trigonometry
PLTW CEA
Capstone Engineering
Graphic Design</p>

<p>[li] Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): National Merit Commended</p>[/li]
<p>[/ul]Subjective:[ul]
[<em>] Extracurriculars (place leadership in parenthesis):
StuCo President (11-12), Grade Rep (9-10)
Art Club President (9) Showcase Director (12)
TSA (10-12, Secretary 11)
Yearbook Photographer (9-12)
Ballroom Dance (11-12)
Prom Chair (11)
Philosopher's Club (11-12)
NHS (10-12)
Phi Theta Kappa (12)
Interact (10-11)
FBLA (State Qualifier, 9)
Model UN Middle School Liaison and Chair, Outstanding Resolution (9)
Youth Legislature Outstanding Delegate, Middle School Chair (9)<br>
[</em>] Job/Work Experience: N/A, 2nd mother full time.
[<em>] Volunteer/Community service: Constantly.
[</em>] Summer Activities: Planning Freshman orientation
[<em>] Essays: I believe good, related to my major, personalized and a little quirky. EC one sucks though.
[</em>] Teacher Recommendation: Generic, but strong
[<em>] Counselor Rec: Wonderful.
[</em>] Additional N/A
[li] Interview: Not yet</p>[/li]
<p>[/ul]Other[ul]
[<em>] Applied for Financial Aid?: I have the GI Bill so... Kinda?
[</em>] Intended Major: Self-Designed at CAS- Architecture and International Relations
[<em>] State (if domestic applicant): Texas
[</em>] Country (if international applicant):
[<em>] School Type: Tiny, new, rural, TSTEM and Early College High School. Charter. One girl applied to Tisch ED I and was accepted- does this mean they won't take anyone else from my school?
[</em>] Ethnicity: White, though also identify as Vietnamese
[<em>] Gender: Female
[</em>] Income Bracket: Under $60,000
[li] Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): Rural town? [/ul]</p>[/li]
<p>Also, should I apply ED II or RD?</p>

<p>Assuming all your stats are true, your 3.9/3.8 UW GPA (out of 4.0) is excellent. SAT scores are good for CAS. You make a strong applicant. </p>

<p>Generally applying ED II will help your chances. </p>

<p>Were you looking to apply anywhere else, or are you set on NYU? If you're set on NYU, then by all means, apply ED II.</p>

<p>Thank you! I'm seton NYU after being rejected from my #1, but scared of rejection.</p>

<p>What was your number one? Your stats are really impressive. Associates before HS grad is really awesome. You'll make a really nice CAS candidate for sure.</p>

<p>Yale... Silly, but still. I'm glad I tried because I learned a lot. Thank you! I'm already nervous and I haven't even submitted my app.</p>

<p>If you're set on NYU, I would say apply ED II.</p>