Chance me please!!

<p>Hello, I'm a hispanic male at a public high school in New Jersey.</p>

<p>I'm ranked 6 out of 694 kids.
GPA - 4.36 top 1%
SAT. Reading 620, Math 590, Writing 670 = 1880
SAT II - Math 1 620, Bio 800, Spanish w/ Listening 770
AP - AP Bio 4. Currently taking AP Chemistry, AP United States History, AP English, and AP Spanish Language
Taken - College level Physics course with Lab (5 credits), Intro to Engineering course (5 credits), and Public Speaking (5 credits)</p>

<p>Conducted Scientific research at St, Peter's College and Princeton University on Chemical and Biological Engineering</p>

<p>Extracurriculars:
National Honors Society-Vice president
Science League: Bio I and Bio II. Also Chem II
Science Club: all four year and Senior officer
English Honors Society Treasurer
Science, History, French honors societies
First Robotics Competition
Spanish Club</p>

<p>Recommendation letter:
1 from Head of Science Department at my school
1 from my Honors US II history and APUSH teacher
additional letters: letters from mentors from St. Peter's and Princeton</p>

<p>I'm not too sure on whether I should apply to school School of Arts and Sciences or Engineering. please helpppp. I would do Biomedical or Chemical Engineering if I go that path.</p>

<p>bumppppp bumpppppppp</p>

<p>I saw you on the yale thread too and like I said, the only thing that can hurt is SATIs.</p>

<p>Everything looks good...but that SAT score is a death sentence :( sorry</p>

<p>Yeah, even with the URM hook, 1880s don't really get into Princeton (or really Ivies at all) without having saved a small country or something. Sorry man!</p>