Chance me, please! :)

<p>Hi, I would like to know what chance I have of getting into UW.</p>

<p>Major: Psychology
Cumulative GPA: 3.5 UW, 3.8 W
SAT: 2030, 11 essay
ACT: 29 composite, 29 writing
APs:
AP Biology
AP US History
AP Language & Comp
AP Calc AB (In Progress)
AP Literature (IP)
AP Psychology (IP)
Class Rank: N/A (my high school took out rankings this year)</p>

<p>EC:
-Private tutor job (this year)
-Track & field team: JV for 9th/10th, Varsity for 11th/12th (co-captain)
-Interact Club: officer for 4 years, president during junior year
-Youth Alive: 4 years
-Choir club: 4 years
-French club: 3 years
-Volunteering at local soup kitchen for past 2 years
-American Cancer Society's Relay for Life: 2 years
-Interact D5170 President's Winter Retreat
-Kindergarten Academy: sophomore summer (student teacher volunteer)
-Read to Succeed: junior summer (volunteer tutor)
-Service hours: 250+
-Junior Taiwanese American Student Association: officer during senior year
-School's senior acapella group: 1 year (founder/leader)
-Involved in choir for 6 years (currently in high school's Chamber Chorale)
-Have had classical piano lessons for 12 years and counting</p>

<p>Awards/Honors:
-High school's Interactor of the Year
-MTAC Piano Branch Honors Recitals
-Outstanding 10th Grader
-Certificate of Merit for Advanced Level Music Theory Completion (highest level)
-Certificate of Merit for Advanced Level Piano Completion (highest level)
-Outstanding Soprano of Treble Ensemble
-Varsity Letters for track & field
-Music in the Parks Outstanding Accompanist
-AP Scholar
-Senior Piano Award given by MTAC
-Received "Inspiration of Excellence" award from school district for my writing assessment</p>

<p>Race: Asian (Taiwanese)</p>

<p>Languages: English, Mandarin, French (fluent in all three)</p>

<p>I'm an OOS student. I live in California. I know my GPA isn't high, but I hope that my extracurriculars and essays will help. I didn't do very well during my freshman and sophomore years, but I got high semester GPAs during my junior year. Please chance me! Thank you! :)</p>

<p>For what it is worth, I would say in for sure! :) You seem very well rounded. Your GPA is high, your SAT score is high and your EC's are fantastic!</p>

<p>You're in surely high GPA, SAT and fantastic EC's</p>

<p>@tessey64 and @creamania: Thank you both for your replies! :)</p>

<p>Glad to see another Taiwanese applying :] Most likely in!</p>

<p>@dabober: Thanks! Good luck to you too! :) Also, have you heard of the AID Summer in Taiwan program? Just curious because I am applying for that in a few days.</p>

<p>Class Ranking doesn't affect admission. Seems like you have a good variety of EC's (although you only had to mention 5 :P) and AP classes (which make up for a 3.5 GPA, if you're worried about it. It's still pretty solid!). I wouldn't sweat it too much, you fit the profile :) good luck!</p>

<p>If you come to UW, be sure to join Taiwanese Student Association and/or get involved with Taiwanese Overseas Student Association! ;)</p>

<p>@themusiciangirl Yes, I'm also applying to AID program this coming month!</p>

<p>@yooooo1994: Thanks for the reply! Good luck to you too! :)</p>

<p>@speedsolver: I'll look into them if I get in and decide to go to UW, thanks! :)</p>

<p>@dabober: Good luck to you!</p>

<p>well, that was bizarre^. Truly, I'm rather surprised the prudent even bothered to apply to UW, considering his qualifications and all. You seem like a shoo in to me, and I hope you do, because, going off of your EC and all, you seem awesome.
Best of Luck( not that you will need it)</p>

<p>Cheers!</p>

<p>ps- @Yooooo1994- Class rank is no consideration? That is good news indeed!( good SAT and EC, but from a very small, very academic HS)</p>

<p>@Moooah: Haha I saw his reply on my email notifications... that was definitely bizarre. And thanks so much! Best of luck to you as well! :)</p>

<p>Seems like you have a good chance. Really the only thing that would strengthen your application is a higher GPA but your GPA isn't even low :) Good luck!!</p>

<p>A classmate of mine did the Taiwan summer program and she said it was horrid, btw.</p>

<p>Hope to see you make it.</p>

<p>@themusiciangirl Good luck to you too! I heard it's not easy to get into because of the number of people applying.</p>

<p>@XaviFM Hopefully, that won't be the case for me. The program sounds fun from the reviews I've read.</p>

<p>I was told the trip was enriching and fun, but that the academic portion was horrid.</p>