Chance me for WUSTL?

<p>Could anyone chance me for WASHU please. I am applying ED.
I plan to visit twice and have a on-campus interview.</p>

<p>Male
Asian
Public School
Live in midwest</p>

<p>Standardized Test Scores:
ACT (superscored) : composite: 35 english: 32 math: 35 reading: 35 science: 36
SAT II: Math 2: 800 Chem: 720 Bio: 700 (im going to retake this in october)</p>

<p>Grades:
GPA UW: 3.88
GPA W: 5.28 (5-point scale)</p>

<p>Honors Taken:
Bio-A
Geometry-A
Algebra 2-A
Chem-A
English Literature-B both semesters</p>

<p>APs Taken:
Chem-got a B both semesters
Bio-A
Psych-A
Calc AB-A (no BC at our school)</p>

<p>Schedule Next Year:
AP Physics
AP Spanish
AP English
AP Human Geo
AP Gov
Calc 2</p>

<p>EC:
Tennis Team (9-11)
Scholastic Bowl (9-11)
Piano (9)
Speech Team (9)
Worldwide Youth Science and Engineering-Test taking competiton
Volunteer at hospital for past 3 summersi
Volunteer at local temple
NHS
National Spanish Honors Society
Mu Alpha Theta
Math Club
Tutor at Kumon Math and Reading center
Peer Leadership (11)
Peer Tutor (11)
Center for Talent Development Equinox Summer Camp (10)
Brown Pre- College Summer Program (11)</p>

<p>recs: im not excactly sure how these will go, hopefully they will be pretty good
essay: good</p>

<p>P.S.:</p>

<p>Would applying to a lot of scholarships at WASHU demonstrate interest?</p>

<p>thank you!</p>

<p>Strong chances!! Deffo ED, if you apply.</p>

<p>Hey, you just chanced me, so I'm returning the favor! </p>

<p>Haha I bet that 32 English is nagging you...oh well. It looks like you have a good shot (even better ED). The only thing that's holding you down is your EC's, as they're pretty standard and you don't really have too many leadership roles in them (unless you just haven't listed them out). I'd pour yourself into your essay and try to get exceptional recommendations. Also, DEFINITELY visit AND get an interview. It will look fantastic, and they DO keep this stuff on file. On their undergraduate admissions website, it even says that the amount of interest you show through campus visits, interviews, etc. will strengthen your application. Statistically, I'd say 75-80% ED and 60-65% RD. Keep in mind that RD is most likely going to be a crapshoot, although almost all college admissions are these days. </p>

<p>As far as the scholarship applications go, I doubt it would help that much, especially if you're applying ED. I'm pretty sure they don't even get around to those until after the ED decision date, so if you don't think you'll win any/don't need the money, I wouldn't bother with it.</p>

<p>Maybe we'll be classmates next year! Go WUSTL Class of 2016!!!</p>

<p>Well I mentor incoming freshmen and I was captian of scholastic bowl...
I dont know if those are very good.</p>

<p>Im also going to run for NHS president.</p>

<p>I thought maybe scholarships would help because it shows interest or something.</p>

<p>I think you have a pretty good chance. Remember that at WashU, they really want to see you show some interest. That means visiting, scheduling an interview if possible, and--if you're sure that's where you want to go--applying ED. Any way you can show that you're genuinely interested in attending WashU.</p>

<p>I can tell you that my brother's kid went to Wash U, majored in business, and now 3 years out of school, he is making $200,000 a year.</p>

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<p>Basics for my cousin
~ Rising Senior, Female.
~ Resides in Castro Valley, CA- Bay Area
~ Half Filipino and Half Caucasian decent
~ Family income around $130,000</p>

<p>Academic Stuff
~ Unweighted - 3.78
~ Weighted - 3.85 (10-12 and 9-12) - Climbed Every Semester 10-12
~ SAT - 1800
~ SAT 2 - Not so good - Statistics: 670, Biology: 640
~ Class Rank - Top 9%
~ 4 on AP Biology, 3 on AP United States History, 3 on AP Statistics, 4 on AP Art History, 3 on AP Chemistry, 4 on AP Spanish
She took anatomy and physiology in her high school, and is currently taking microbiology at a community college right now
She plans to take pre-calculus, AP studio art, AP Enviromental science and honors american lit in her senior year. </p>

<p>EC and Awards
~ 3 Years Varsity Wrestling (Placed 10th in North Coast regionals)
~ 4 Years Catholic Church fellowship
~ Currently volunteering at a hospital. Her goal is to become a nurse or related fields in health care
~ Tutoring Neighborhood Kids
~ Tutoring Club at High School - 2 Years</p>

<p>These are her target schools for nursing: UCLA, UCI, UCD, Umich, University of Wisconsin-Madison, SDSU, University of San Francisco, Dominican University, Boston University, Umass, CSU east bay, University of San Diego, San Francisco State, San Jose State, Sac State </p>

<p>What are going to be her safety, match, and reach schools? </p>

<p>PS -if anything is unclear, feel free to ask! Thanks again!</p>

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I think you have a pretty good chance. Remember that at WashU, they really want to see you show some interest. That means visiting, scheduling an interview if possible, and--if you're sure that's where you want to go--applying ED. Any way you can show that you're genuinely interested in attending WashU.

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<p>This is exactly right. WashU has a low yield; this is why they want to see demonstrated interest.</p>

<p>thanks you guys!</p>

<p>You have a solid chance for where your applying to! You may want to apply ED to improve your chances, but overall, you have a great chance as it is to get accepted. Very solid.</p>

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