Chance Me Please? 8-9 Schools!!!

<p>Hey there, if ya'll could chance me for these schools! Thanks so much!</p>

Junior (about to be senior)
North Texas
Plan to do: Biomedical Engineering major</p>

UT (automatic acceptance)

4.4 Weighted 4 Unweighted </p>

<p>Class Rank

<p>SAT Superscore:
Math: 730
Reading: 720
Writing: 800</p>

<p>SAT One sitting:
Math: 730
Reading: 710
Writing: 780</p>

<p>SAT Subject Test:
Bio: 740
US: 710
Math II: 680</p>

<p>AP Course History:
10th grade - AP World History (5 on the exam)
11th grade - APUSH, bio, Eng lang (should be at least 4 or 5 on all)
12th grade - Chem, Calc BC, Environmental, Gov, Macro, Eng Lit</p>

~9th to current: Made Midwest convention with ensemble...only VERY VERY few are selected each year to perform at the convention
~ TMEA All Region/ All Area for the past 3 years
~ UIL State Solo and Ensemble for the past 3 years
- Multiple leadership positions
-National Honor Society

Little bits of stuff here and there</p>

- Many school awards
- Again, made Midwest convention
- National Merit Commended
- Should be AP Scholar</p>

<p>Essays: Should be excellent</p>

<p>Recommendations: Should be excellent</p>

<p>Any chances would be FANTASTIC and all comments are appreciated!</p>


<p>Stanford - Reach for everyone. You're an average candidate for a school that admits about 7.5% of applicants.</p>

<p>MIT - Reach. Good news, females get admitted at more than twice the rate as males (17% vs 8%). Bad news, you're Math SAT is barely above the 25th%tile.</p>

<p>Penn, Cornell, Duke, Rice and JHU: Match because your stats are 50th%tile or slightly better. Reach because all those schools have admit rates less than 25%, (except JHU which is around 28%). Female in engineering should help.</p>

<p>GT - Safety. You're 75th%tile stats-wise for a school with a 60%+ admit rate.</p>

<p>You're a strong candidate, you're just swimming in pools with fish of equal or bigger size. My guess: In at Texas & GT, In at 1 - 3 of PCDRJ and an outside shot at MIT. If the cold weather isn't an issue, you might want to consider Carnegie-Mellon, basically the same stats as JHU but slightly higher admit rate.</p>