chance me for wesleyan ED please

<p>if you'd like, i will chance you back! if i don't get in and i probably won't, my other choices are davidson, uMichigan (applied EA), william and mary, emory, richmond, haverford (legacy and stuff) and then about 5 safer schools.</p>

<p>Go to the best private school in my state
3.6... school doesn't weight
All advanced curriculum except science
Senior year first quarter grades- A- in AP Euro, English (no ap english offered but hardest english clas), and AP french. B+ in psych, B- in advanced math seminar.</p>

<p>Sat 2180 (740cr 700m 740wr)
Sat2 720 lit 660 us history
Ap 5 lit 4 us history
Yearbook editor in chief
Mock trial co president
Habitat for humanity 50 hours every summer
Lead in church choir, teach Sunday school/nursery
4 years jv tennis, 3 years yoga/self defense program at school. School plays. A lot of clubs not president of but still with decent positions.
tutor students in writing, give school tours
Service trip to south Africa
Interested/mildly experienced in art and music but nothing incredible.</p>

<p>My counselor told my I had great recs and everyone whose read it says my essays amazing and social justice-y. i'm not trying to sound cocky... i'm sure a lot of people's are better. I also interviewed.</p>

<p>thanks so much guys! really appreciate it. I would be ecstatic if i got in.</p>

<p>Wesleyan's a pretty tough school to get into. You have the SAT score and AP test grades. EC's are alright, could use a bit more leadership. If your recs are great and essays are above ave, plus you interviewed, I'd say you have a 20/80 chance. I can't lie, their admissions have been dropping lately, and it's a tough, TOUGH school to get into with that GPA. </p>

<p>That said, you should always try and hope for the best. I think your safeties and other schools are good choices and you should get in to half of them. You're very competitive for your other schools if you have solid essays and good recs. Try to get more leadership and involvement with ECs.</p>


<p>I would take SAT again to do better on math and superscore with that. GPA isn't great, but SAT scores are good and EC are good. Also, interviews are always better.</p>

<p>I definitely think you have a chance you def have good EC's and great test scores. But then again I'm not very familiar Wesleyan. Best of luck!!!</p>

<p>I'm not one to tell you whether or not you'll actually receive an acceptance letter from Wesleyan or not, but you might as well give it a shot. Your SAT scores are in the range that Wesleyan typically considers. The only thing that might not sit well with them is your GPA, which is quite frankly a little low. Nonetheless, I believe that your SAT's and pretty good EC's make you a good contender for the school. Leadership is always a great thing to have on an application in terms of EC's. If you have time this year, I suggest that you start a small organization on something that you enjoy doing to make it less of a painful task. Founder of a successful organization looks superb on applications! Please chance me!</p>

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<p>Chanced everyone who asked for it back, thanks guys. By the way my grade for this quarter are actually 4 a minuses and a b I under-predicted</p>

<p>Good chances! Don't bother retaking the SAT, it's fine! I will suggest some reading though that I think you'll enjoy! It's called The Gatekeepers and it's all about admissions at Wesleyan (and other top tier schools)! Good luck!</p>

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<p>thank you, that's really nice of you! Chanced you back :)</p>

<p>Good list of schools might also look at Holy Cross and Bucknell. Holy Cross has diversre student body and nice campus 1 hour from Boston.</p>

<p>I think you have a shot, but not a great one. Averaging out your GPA, SATs, ECs, service work and essays this is around the average for Wesleyan.</p>

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