Chance me please!! :)

<p>What are my chances for:
Reed, Cornell, Whitman, Colby, middlebury, swarthmore?</p>

<p>I'm a Florida resident attending a title 1 school with a low graduation rate
Single parent household with low income
First generation college student
My class rank is 33/411 so top 10% (most of top 20 are dual enrollment students)
3.3 uw gpa (my weakest stat)
4.2-4.3 w gpa
8 AP classes throughout high school
SAT 1980. 690 cr 650 m 640 w (I'm retaking)
ACT 30
Beta club for three years (President for 2)
Academic A Team for three years (president for 2)
Debate club 1 year
Classical piano lessons for 10 years (a lot of awards)
Classical guitar lessons for 5 years
70+ hours volunteering at the smithsonian marine station
Participation in a coral reef restoration project
Part time worker since tenth grade. I've held three different styles of jobs
Gpa has had an upward trend since freshman year</p>

<p>I'm looking to study environmental science.
Please give me feedback!</p>

<p>BuMp. Opinions please</p>

<p>BUmp. I really need to start focusing on specific schools</p>

<p>Whitman and Colby are your best bets. I think Cornell and Swarthmore will be reaches for you.</p>

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<p>what about reed and middlebury? any other opinions?</p>

<p>I'd look into Vanderbilt, Williams, Kenyon, Hamilton, Tulane, NYU, and a few other places! I think you have good chances at all of your schools because they want to increase diversity! Good luck!</p>

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<p>thank you very much. more opinions please! what else can i do to make myself stand out? what do I need to do in my essay to give myself an edge?</p>