Chance me please, appreciate it!

<p>I'm a student in Houston, and probably will apply to Princeton...</p>

<p>Class of 2010
Asian (Singaporean)
Considered as International applicant, but attending US High School (on Visa)</p>

<p>Class Rank: 11/892 (probably will become 5th/6th by the time my school recalculates and releases new ranks)
UW GPA: 3.85
W GPA: 4.93
PSAT: 196
SAT (took once, will take it again): CR 600; W 690; M 750. Total 2040.
ACT: 33
SAT IIs: USHist 690; Math II 760; Chinese 800; Chemistry 800.
APs: Human Geo 4; English Lang 4; Chinese 5; Psych 5; USHist 5; Chem 5.
Senior Schedule: Honors English 4, AP Art Hist, AP Stats, AP Macroecons, AP Govt, AP Calc BC, AP Phys C.</p>

<p>ECs
Table tennis for 10 years (including in Singapore, played in Singapore in 9th grade, got 4th in nationals team interschool meet).
Intramural Soccer (10, 11, 12)
Science Club (11, 12, treasurer in 12th)
NHS (12)
Volunteer @ Library (approx. 80 hours)
Internship (80 hours)
Math Honor Society (12)</p>

<p>Awards (academic & sports)
NHS
AP Scholar with Distinction
School Chinese Literary Competition Merit Prize (in 9th grade Singapore, dunno if this counts?)
Singapore National Interschool Team Table Tennis Meet 4th
Singapore South Zone Interschool Team Table Tennis Meet 3rd
once again, dunno whether Singapore awards count but i guess it should if it's in 9th grade.</p>

<p>Thanks for reading and chancing =)</p>

<p>I would forget the SAT and focus on trying to get another point on the ACT, but your ACT is already pretty good. GREAT WORK ON THE SATIIs, although you might want to pick up another exam because some of the elite schools, including Princeton won't be impressed that you got an 800 on Chinese...........Good luck!</p>

<p>ahh...but i heard that they look at SAT more even though all colleges say they look at both. i'll be taking SAT physics and hopefully will do good on it. thanks for your comments!</p>

<p>I don't think you need to worry about your SAT IIs (Math 2 and Chemistry is good already). Retake the ACT in September and maybe the SAT in October.</p>