Chance Me, JHU Please!!

• SAT I: Do not plan on sending
• ACT: 34 (34E, 35M, 36R, 32S)
• SAT II: 780 Chem, 760 US History, 740 Math II
• Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.98
• Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable):12/552
• AP (place score in parenthesis): nine 5s (Human Geography, World History, Biology, Environmental Science, Language and Comp., Chemistry, Psychology, US History, European History) and one 4 (Physics B)
• Senior Year Course Load:
AP Literature
AP Calculus AB
AP Art History
AP US Government/AP Macroeconomincs
AP Computer Science
Anatomy and Physiology (Dual Enrollment)
Genetics (Dual Enrollment)</p>

<p>Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): National AP Scholar, a few Science olympaid competitions awards, some other regional academics competitions, and a few school ones, Possible Questbridge finalist?</p>

Environmental Club (3 years) Treasurer
National Honor Society (2 years) Vice President
French Club/French Honor Society (4 years/3 years) Vice President
Chemistry Club (3 years) President
Science Museum Volunteer (4 years)
Science Honor Society (3 years) President
Ultimate Frisbee (3 years)
Orchestra (violin 3 years)
Violin for 7 years</p>

<p>Summer Activities: Volunteer at the science museum, library, taking a class at a local college, and Summer Science Program 2012</p>

<p>Essays: Coming out pretty nicely, if I do say so myself
Teacher Recommendation: Havn't seen, but both will be nothing short of awesome
Counselor Rec: Havn't seen, but should be good too </p>

State FL
School Type: Public
Ethnicity: Hispanic
Gender: Male
Income Bracket: 40,000
Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): URM and First Generation</p>

<p>Intended Major: Biology/Computer Science</p>


<p>You look on track but no one on here really knows. Only noticeable weak point is the Math 2C score but otherwise your academic credentials look to be on point.</p>

<p>Yea you have similar spec to me except you have hooks where i didn't and I got Early Decision. That doesn't mean you'll DEFINITELY get in, but it means you have a good shot. Are you planning on applying early or regular?</p>

<p>Since when is a 740 SAT Math II a weak score?</p>

<p>I think you have a great shot at JHU!</p>

<p>I think you have really good chances, especially if you are applying ED</p>

<p>really dont see any weak spots (a 740 on Math II is not weak at all)</p>

<p>Wow, thanks guys. I'm actually applying to JHU reguarl decision (Princeton is my early choice). And yeah, I only took math II because I planned on applying to MIT, but not anymore. Hopefully it wont hold me back!</p>

<p>^yea, you don't have to submit it anyways. The Math SAT 2C is weak due to the percentile (68th). I imagine most of the posters commenting on that score never took it (I did as I was an engineer).</p>

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<p>Here is MIT's Math breakdown for the Math 2C:</p>

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<p>760-800 (25th to 75th percentile).</p>

<p>It should be similar for JHU engineers given how JHU's math range (for all majors) is close to MIT's.</p>

<p>Write good essays and you're in ... Nice work, and Hopkins is a GREAT school where you'll be pushed hard, won't have fake Ivy grade inflation or prententions, and be in a "real world" environment.</p>