CHANCE ME for Dartmouth ED! i'm so worried

<p>Hi, so I am applying ED to Dartmouth, probably submitting my app on Monday, but I am so worried I dont stand a chance of getting in! What do you think?</p>

GPA: 3.85 UW
Rank: 41/419
SAT: 1510/2220 (single sitting) 780 CR, 730 M, 710 W, improved from 1930 first time
SAT II: 770 US, 680 World (i know)
APs: 5 US, 5 Lang, 5 Gov, 3 Calc AB, 2 Stats -----> I SUCK AT MATH
AP Scholar with Honor
Masonic Outstanding Junior Award</p>

School: Large Public (sends 1 or 2 per year to top schools)
Ethnicity: 1/2 Filipino, 1/2 Puerto Rican
Single-mom household
Low-income (<$40,000)</p>

-Orchestra: 7 years, Violin, Concertmaster, Superior Ratings, Vice-President of Council
-Key Club: President, former treasurer, PNW District Treasurer of the Month
-Debate: Captain, former co-captain, state competitor, 6th an nat. quals
-NHS: Vice-president, led the largest food drive in school history
-ASB: President of Student Council, Secretary/Treasurer of Exec council, former AC
-Ignite: Executive mentor, former panning mentor, freshmen transitional mentorship program </p>

<p>--Future of the Law Institute: A select greater-seattle area law immersion program that allows high school students to meet with local politicians, lawyers, etc., attend seminars, and visit various Law Schools.
--Advancing Leadership Youth: A leadership program within my city that selects leaders within the local high schools and has them attend monthly sessions with local leaders i.e. CEO of the Chamber of Commerce, Mayor, Senators, Representatives, Superintendent, etc.
--Federal Way Youth Commission: A selective program for local high school-ers that allows them to take on issues of concern to youth and gives them voting rights similar to the city council.
--I work part-time at Albertsons during the school year and summer. Worked since summer of 2010.</p>

--BioQuest Academy: Biomedical research immersion program for greater seattle area students through the Seattle Biomedical Research Institute. AMAZING program that investigates infectious diseases and pairs students with actual researchers.
--Future Civic Leaders- Political program that sent me to Washington DC for 3 days to attend congress, hear from speakers, and attend seminars at GWU.
--Amherst DivOH: Through the Amherst Diversity Open House I went to Amherst and attended session on admissions, financial aid, I attended classes etc.
--Boys State: A program for guys in high school that teaches the functions and powers of government through a week long government simulation. I had the honor of being elected the Supreme Court Chief Justice! thank you American Legion!
--Internship at Law Firm: I had a 6 week PAID internship at Ogden, Murphy, Wallace, a midsize Seattle Law Firm. I shadowed the attorneys and performed simple research and secretary tasks. What high schoolers intern at Law firms??</p>

-Personal Statement: About my diversity and my experiences. 8.5/10
-EC: About Debate. Not straightforward, more expressive. 8/10
-Teacher 1: AP Gov and Key Club Advisor, so should be GREAT!
-Teacher 2: AP Bio and NHS Advisor, should be Pretty GOOD!
-Counselor: I have known her since Freshman year, so it should be GREAT!
-Peer: MY BEST FRIEND!! 10/10 lol</p>

<p>I am interested in Political Science and Global Health and I hope to go to Law School after undergrad.</p>

<p>Do I even stand a chance at this point, or should I just die on DEC 15?!?!</p>

<p>jesus dude...</p>

<p>I'd say that your chances are excellent.</p>

<p>Agreed with the above, your academics/stats aren't stellar but your extra-curriculars seem AMAZING! Makes me wish I hadn't been so lazy. :/</p>

<p>Then again, I'm not exactly an expert on the admissions process - I'm also applying ED to Dartmouth though, good luck!</p>

<p>Solid chance, I was admitted to Dartmouth with similar scores etc. (my rank was Top 1% though). The thing that helped me standout in my opinion were my essays/research work, similar to your case</p>

<p>Damn dude, I hope I get in early. I've got a 4.00 unweighted, 34 on ACT, and my dad went there, so let's just hope everything works out.</p>

<p>The OP is an URM. Everything is very good or better, with the only weaknesses that I see being marginal class rank and a couple of poor test results (among many fine test results). I'd be surprised if he didn't get in, assuming good recs and competent essays. But I've been surprised before.</p>

<p>yankeefreak, your GPA and ACT are fine, but what else do you bring to the table? That may make the difference. Good luck in any case. :)</p>

<p>Thank you for your encouragement! I truly hope that I get in. These next 39 days are going to be some of the longest of my life..</p>