Chance me Please

<p>I am a white Irish-Catholic male
no class rank, Catholic School of about 750
GPA: 4.114 (not counting 1st semester senior year, I'll end with around a 4.8 this semester which would definitely bring cumulative up)
ACT:33
Hard schedule, BC Calc, Stats, Psych, Chem, Physics, English, APUSH, Gov
4s on AP Chem, APUSH, and Psych
3 on AP Euro (didn't take class)
SAT Subject tests:770 US History, 740 Math 2, 670 Chem</p>

<p>Over 200 hours of community service total.
around 150 hours at local dining room for people who don't have food (over 3 years)
President of Conservative Club (politics) (4 years)
Mock Trial (1 year)
President and Founder of Quiz Bowl Club (3 years)
President and Founder of a Knights of Columbus Club type thing(1 year)
California Scholarship Federation
Eucharistic Minister
Little League Umpire (4 years)
CYO Basketball Referee (1 year)
CYO Basketball Coach (1 year)
Program that helps incoming freshman (1 year)
Tutoring (2 years)
V Cross Country (1 year)
JV Football (1 year)</p>

<p>In the why I want to go to ND essay I mention that ND is my first choice and lifelong dream, many members of my family consider themselves subway alumni, and that I would love to take classes at one of the best Irish Studies programs in country and mention a summer trip to lourdes and its connection with the Notre Dame. </p>

<p>I have two other questions as well. </p>

<p>At my school an A in an UW class is a 4, but in an AP or Honors Class it is a 5. Does this mean the grade scale is a 4 or 5? </p>

<p>And I got a 35 Reading, 35 Math 2, 30 Science, 30 English, 35 Math, and 10 writing, 34 Reading, 34 science, 27 english, and 9 writing on ACT. Which one would be better to send? Or both?</p>

<p>Thanks in advance.</p>

<p>I can't edit the post, but my GPA is actually 4.04. My grades dropped Sophmore year due to conflict within my family (divorce) and I moved in with my dad full time over the summer, which is why my grades are a lot better this semester.</p>

<p>Send both sets of scores. Be sure that there is information somewhere about the issues during your sophomore year. You are on a 4.0 scale.</p>