Chance me for NYU Stern(ED2), Northwestern, Duke, Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, UofM,

<p>I'm applying Early Decision II for Stern. and Regulars for other schools mentioned in the title.
I'm an Asian male, and a South Korean international student going to an American private school.</p>

<p>GPA: cumulative 3.88. (4.0 in 10th and 11th grade, but like 3.5~6 in 9th grade)
4.0 in my school is about top7%
class rigor: took 3 APs in junior year(US History, Chem, Calculus BC) - got 5's on them.
currently taking 3 APs (Statistics, Human Geography, Physics).
I had decent grades in all my AP classes. (mid-low A ~ over-100)</p>

<p>SAT: NYU superscores, I believe?
2320 (740 reading, 790 math, 790 writing). (2280 single-sitting(R730, M760, W790))</p>

<p>Activities: I think activities aren't that important for Stern, but I have enough to fill up my applications.
Economics club president, stock market club president
band leader/lead guitarist, 4 year soccer (captain)
2 year community service, 2 year tutoring, misc. </p>

<p>Essays: decent, but stylistically good, I think.</p>

<p>what are my chances of getting into Stern?? ED2? and other schools for Regular Decision?</p>

<p>What is your rank for all 4 years?</p>

<p>Assuming you can afford it, I think Stern was a good choice for ED, you'll probably get in. I think you'd also get into UM. The others depend on being well within the top 10% of your class.</p>

<p>I'm not sure about the 4-year rank, because senior year grades don't count for ED2, and I went to a different school for my freshman year. Cumulative GPA 3.88 at my current school will probably right at top10% (19/190), I think.</p>

<p>You should know your rank at current school because it is critical at most of your schools. Not being in the top 10% would eliminate you from consideration at most schools accepting less than 15% who were not in the top 10% of their high school class. Just top 10% will not help much at Duke, NU, GTown and Hopkins, but it won't eliminate you.</p>