Chance Me Please! Will Try To Chance Back!

<p>Schools I'm currently looking at:
-Northeastern University (the PharmD program)
-Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (the PharmD program)
-Rutgers University (the PharmD program)
-University of Virginia
-George Mason University
-Virginia Commonwealth University</p>

Currently a Junior
GPA: 4.02</p>

<p>AP classes:
-AP World History (test score of 4)
-AP English Lang/Comp
-AP Calc AB
-AP US History
-AP Chemistry
-AP Calc BC (next year)</p>

<p>HN classes:
-English 9 HN
-Biology HN
-Chem HN
-English 10 HN
-Algebra II HN
-PreCalc/Trig HN
-World History HN
-English Lit HN (next year)
-Gov HN (next year)</p>

<p>Extra Currics:
-Competitive Horseback Rider (local shows to A-rated)
-Research with Navy doctors at USUHS over the summer
-State Certified Pharmacy Technician (currently looking for a job so hopefully I'll be able to add that I work on here too)
-Mentor for little kids at local Elementary School
-Volunteer at a local therapeutic riding center
-Piano & Violin
-FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) secretary & member
-HOSA (Health Occupation Students Association) member</p>

<p>SAT: 1840
-Math: 640
-Reading: 600
-Writing: 600</p>

<p>Haven't taken any subject tests. To my knowledge, the schools I'm looking at don't require any subject tests so I'm not sure if I should take them or not...Also, does it look really bad if I took a lot of AP's junior year, but then only took one senior year? The AP teachers at my school are terrible so I signed up for BC Calc as my only AP next year.</p>

<p>I'm taking Physics over the summer and have this "Career and Technical Education Seal" (er--will have when I graduate next year) on my diploma because I took a Pharmacy Technician course at a different school and am taking Practical Nursing next year.</p>

<p>I am instate for my last three choices (GMU, UVA, VCU) and out of state for my top three choices, if it makes a difference.</p>

<p>So what are my chances? I will try to chance back! Also, if you could include areas that I could improve on, that would be appreciated as well.</p>

<p>Thank you!</p>

<p>Hmm I'd say VCU, GMU, Albany,and Rutgers should be fairly easy to get into. Northeastern is a little tougher than those 4, but you should be fine. Your SAT score is a little low for UVA, so can't tell you much. I'm only a junior so take my words with a grain of salt xD.</p>

<p>Yea, I'm planning on retaking the SAT and if that doesn't go as well as planned, I'm going to give the ACT a try. Thank you so much for the reply, Rhebar!</p>

<p>Does anyone know about Northeastern?? That school is my number one choice!</p>

<p>I found this thread and it looks like it could be helpful to you xD, take a look: <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;.&lt;/p>

<p>Oh my goodness, thank you, thank you!!!!!</p>