Chance me for Caroll School of Management Please!

<p>Hi. i applied RD to Boston College’s CSOM so could someone honestly chance me please?
I go to a public high school in NJ
Ethnicity: Asian
Act: 30 (31 E, 32 M, 27 R, 30 S) 10 writing. (31 superscored) do they superscore Acts?
GPA: 4.05 weighted, so about 3.7 unweighted
Courses: pretty much all honors classes or AP. including this year, i will have 8 classes. all A’s and B’s (with 1 C+ in honors english junior year ), APs: AP Calc AB, AP Microeconomics, AP Macroeconomics, AP Chemistry, AP Euro History, AP Bio, AP US History, AP Stat
EC’s:
-German Club (president 2 years)
-Marching Band (4 years, section leader 2 years)
-Volleyball (1 year)
-Asian American Club (2 years, mc for show)
-Model UN (2 years, on executive board)
-Peer tutoring program “Homework Helper” (self-made program that i started in freshman year in my public library to help struggling students in various subjects, president, many community service hours)
-Senior Center Volunteer (community service)
-Heritage Day (community service)
-Business internship at 22nd Century Technologies and Outline Systems (paid business internship at a growing insurance company over the summer)
-Religious organization at temple (active donator, Sikh games)</p>

<p>Knowing your class rank or approximate decile would help. Your GPAs are somewhat borderline. I believe your ACT will be reviewed as a 30. Your ECs are decent but don't completely make you a stand out. Peer tutoring start-up and summer internship are somewhat distinctive, however. I think you are kind of on the "cusp" and the decision could go either way. In that regard, I don't think I'd be surprised one way or the other and hopefully your essays and recs will help tip the scale in your favor. </p>

<p>Best of luck!</p>

<p>well my school doesn't report class rank but my counselor said i was in the top 10% for sure, but most likely top 5%. so is that good?</p>

<p>Yes, breaking into the top 5 to 10 percent increases your chances, particularly at a highly competitive high school. Good luck.</p>