Chance me for University of Southern California (USC) I'll chance back

State: NY

<p>GPA- around 97/100 Unweighted, about 100/100 weighted, all AP/Honors classes</p>

<p>School Doesn't Rank</p>

<p>ACT: 31 composite, 33 English, 32 Math, 31 Reading, 29 Science</p>

<p>SAT IIs: Chemistry: 730, Math I: 730 US History: 720</p>

<p>AP Scores: European History: 5 Chemistry: 5 English Language: 5 US History: 4</p>

<p>Will be taking this year: Physics B, Macroeconomics, English Lit, US Government</p>


<p>4 Years Varsity Football
4 Years Varsity Golf
4 Years Stock Market Club
2 Years Newspaper Club
1 Year Key Club (Community Service Club)</p>


<p>National Honor Society (Junior Year)
National Society of High School Scholars (Sophmore Year)
AP Scholar with Honor (Junior Year)
Three R Award (School award Junior year)</p>

<p>Community Service and Work:</p>

<p>About 100 hours of assorted community service
Worked as a CIT at a day camp during summer going into Sophmore year- 8 hours/day 5 days/week for 8 weeks</p>

<p>USC - match, assuming your Gpa is a 4.0.</p>

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<p>Ya idk how my gpa would convert really cause I've heard like 4 different methods converting my grade out of 100 to out of 4.0</p>


97/100 Unweighted, about 100/100 weighted


<p>I don't understand this. If you have both unweighted and weighted scales and assuming you add points for honor/AP classes for the weighted scale, then the weighted scale base ought to exceed 100, unless your school do some recentering.</p>

<p>Sorry PaperChaserPop by 100/100 I meant my weighted average is around 100 but my school is really weird and doesnt tell u what your weighted GPA is out of because certain classes don't get full credit and others are weighted differently so I don't really know what the maximum grade you can get is probably about a 105 i'd assume if you were to get a 100 unweighted in every AP/Honor class you take.</p>

<p>thanks for the feedback every1, any other opinions?</p>

<p>I'd say you're a definite match. You have a good chance at getting in..
Good luck!</p>

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<p>I would say that you have a pretty good chance, however do you have any leadership positions? </p>

<p>Chance back for Upenn?</p>

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<p>No club leadership positions but in my senior year of football I got injured but the coaches had me stay on as another assistant coach and I was basically an assistant Offensive Coordinator if that counts, I think I put that in my app somewhere.</p>

<p>I would say you are in</p>

<p>Your test scores are about average for the matriculating class, probably a little lower than the admit average. You definitely have a great GPA. Your EC's, particularly the two athletics endeavors, are solid. How competitive are your football and golf teams? Are you good enough to play for USC? Did you look at your school's Naviance on USC? That should give you a good feel. USC has been getting more and more selective every year. Given what's provided here, I'd say you have a fair shot, but not a lock.</p>

<p>Lol absolutely not good enough to play for USC hahaha I'm not going to the NFL. Our football team is very good even though not a great conference, Long Island football isnt that strong but we lost in county championship my junior year and county semifinal senior year, Golf team is solid finished in top 3 of conference last year. As for naviance, I'm from NY and basically nobody applies there from my school there were like 8 applications total over the last 5 years and 1 was accepted so not much of a sample size but thanks for the input.</p>

<p>I agree with everyone else. You have a solid shot at USC and I would not be surprised if you were accepted. Good luck! </p>

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<p>thanks for the feedback any1 else?</p>

<p>Solid match.</p>

<p>thanks for responses.</p>

<p>bump 10 char</p>

<p>I'd say your in. <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>I got in with similar stats, so chances are good.</p>