Chance me for Ivys + LACs, i promise i will chance back!

<p>hey guys, im an international student from the middle east
im originally asian, and would like to know my chances for a few of the top schools</p>

<p>GPA: 3.93</p>

<p>SAT: First: CR: 460, M: 760, W: 610 = 1830
Second: CR: 680, M: 640, W: 780 = 2100
Superscore: 2220</p>

<p>ACT: 33 composite (35 E, 34 M, 30 R, 34 S, 9 E)</p>

<p>SAT2: Math2: 790
Physics: 700</p>

<p>APs: Microeconomics (5), Macroeconomics (4), Statistics (5)
This year: Calculus AB, Physics B, Chemistry</p>

<p>ECs: Cricket captain (6 years club, 2 years international); 1st place regionally. 2nd place internationally
Basketball (4 years); 1st place regionally, 3rd place in an international tournament
Website Designing (since middle school); have designed 3 pretty well-known websites
MUN (4 years); president of economic & social commission, ambassador
INJAZ (Small business competition); president and financial director of company
Amnesty international (2 years); vice president and activities director
NHS (2 years); member and head of tutoring</p>

<p>I have applied to:
Claremont McKenna</p>

<p>[just in case you were wondering, my safeties are in Canada :) ]</p>


<p>Most of these ate ivied so never know. But you will get into about half of them.</p>

<p>oh and i will be applying for financial aid
the only ones that should matter for are Brown, WUSTL, and Claremont McKenna (since the rest are need-blind for internationals/canadians)</p>

<p>Yale; Reach
Princeton; Reach
Columbia; Reach
UPenn: Reach
Brown: Reach
WUSTL: High Match
Amherst: Reach
Williams: Reach
Claremont McKenna:High Match</p>

<p>Apply to some safety and match schools</p>

<p>Chance me(my thread is on the 1st page , titled Final Chances)</p>

<p>Your ECs flow together and match your AP scores in econ. I'd say you fit the model to be an excellent business major and they'll all most probably accept you. How were your personal statements?</p>

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<p>I think that it's not wise to apply to so many Ivies, which are not only reaches for everyone, but complete crapshoot even for the most qualified applicants. Don't put all your eggs in one basket.</p>

I'm taking a gamble. I also have safeties which I have not listed here.</p>

<p>Anyone else please?</p>

<p>Yale- pretty good match
Princeton- i would say ACT should be a little higher but you might be pretty good match
Columbia- match
UPenn- in
Dartmouth- in
Brown- in
Amherst- in
Williams- in
Claremont McKenna- in</p>

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<p>chanced back
wow, i didnt think my stats were that good!</p>

<p>anyone else?</p>

<p>Remember, these schools are all for regular decision
I applied ED to UPenn, and I got deferred.</p>

<p>Don't those schools require 3 SAT 2s? Or does it work differently for international students.</p>

<p>None of these schools require 2 SAT II's.</p>

<p>I think you'll get into Amherst, WUSTL, and Clermont. However, for the others, it is a big toss up. My dad used to work for admissions at UM, and he told me that the Ivys (especially Harvard) get so many applications from perfect students that it is really completely random who gets into there. </p>

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Yale- pretty good match
Princeton- i would say ACT should be a little higher but you might be pretty good match


<p>I'm not one who likes the automatic "high reach" dished out to people who ask for chances to Ivies no matter the strength of the applicant, but I think it needs to be made clear here:</p>


<p>guys he already got into washU get off this thread</p>