Chance me? :p

<p>I'm a junior in high school trying to get into Cornell and I would just like to know your opinion of my chances. I am thinking of applying EARLY DECISION. </p>

<p>Standardized testing:
SAT: 2250
Math: 780
Reading: 720
Writing: 750
SAT Subject Tests: (Probably Retaking)
Math II: 700
Chemistry: 760</p>

<p>Academics:
A's range all the time. Nothing Below a 95. During my Junior Year I am enrolled in 4 AP classes:
Calculus BC
US History
English
Chemistry</p>

<p>I am easily in the top 10 of my grade. Next Year I will be taking 6 more AP classes. </p>

<p>Extra Cirriculars:
Math Team (going to be all 4 years next year): Varsity Captain
Indoor Track (going to be all 4 years next year): Varsity Captain
Outdoor Track (going to be all 4 years next year): Varsity Captain
Student Government/Student Council (going to be all 4 years next year): Treasurer
Member of National Honors Society and Spanish Society
I also have over 250 hours of community service, most from mentoring little children and dong stuff around my school. </p>

<p>I also did some international stuff like raise money for this mosque back in my home country and I also started an organization there to keep up my project in my abscence (this was done over a summer). I also helped a hospital in this country and started a fundraiser program for that too. </p>

<p>Also I am from Sri Lanka so I think the minority thing will help. </p>

<p>I don't know if it helps but I also am multilingual and play guitar.</p>

<p>I also did a few clubs throughout the years but the ones above are my main ones that I stuck with all four years. </p>

<p>Let me know my chances of getting in. Thanks.</p>

<p>sri lankan might count as asian, which is over represented minority, which may actually hurt...</p>

<p>Decent scores, good curriculum, good extracurriculars, and a good amount of community service. So you have a chance.
But hey, look, it's an Ivy League. Me telling you anything is not going to increase your chances.</p>

<p>You need to stop spamming. You posted this on the Cornell 12,13, and 14 (twice)'s wall, and Cornell's main page twice.</p>

<p>OMG please stop posting a million times....was going to chance you but that's so so so annoying... so sorry!</p>

<p>what college are you applying to? are you an international student?
(and, yes, sri lankan = asian. I looked it up.)</p>

<p>Wait question... for all of you who love my posts sooo much... does asian just mean from china or korea or something...?</p>

<p>seriously? asian = from asia. area.</p>

<p>In college admissions, "Asian" generally refers to east Asian people such as Chinese, Koreans, and Japanese. Indians don't necessarily apply to that category.</p>

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<p>We don't need to see you or your stupid little troll posts.</p>

<p>wait islander4 are you talking about that insincere ******* or me?</p>

<p>if asian doesn't refer to south asians like indians and sri lankans, what do they belong to...I'm pretty sure theres not a separate box for them.</p>

<p>i think you've got a decent chance.</p>

<p>could someone chance me please? :D </p>

<p>SAT: Math 800, Reading 750 (they don't look at writing so i won't mention)
average unweighted GPA: 3.78 (i go to a private school and good grades are tougher to achieve)
two varsity sports
two charity groups</p>

<p>asians include indians...... thats like 1/6th of the world's population. what else would they be? european?</p>

<p>MIck jagger... no chance sorry</p>

<p>Some asians are ORM and some URM</p>

<p>ORM
Chinese
Korean
Japanese
Indian ( Considered South Asian )</p>

<p>URM
Taiwanese
Vietnamese
Pakistani or Middle Eastern ( Technically in Asia, and there is a big difference between being Pakistani and Indian).</p>