Chance me please

• SAT I: (1st time) 2200; (will take again in March, practice averaging 2300)
• SAT II: Math II (800); Biology M (800)
• GPA: 3.9 UW, 5.9/6 W (averages at the end of this year; will be slightly higher by reporting time)</p>

<p>• AP (place score in parenthesis):
Sophomore Year
-AP Biology (5)
-AP Statistics (4)
Junior Year
-AP English
-AP Calculus AB
-AP European History
-AP US History
-AP Microeconomics
-AP Macroeconomics
-AP Physics B
Senior Year
-AP Spanish
-AP English
-AP Calculus BC
-AP World History
-AP Psychology
-AP Physics C </p>

<p>• Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.):
Not exactly major but... (EC Awards are listed in the EC section)
-People's Choice Award Given By School Principal [Award given by teacher's to their single best student]
-Best Student of the Month Award [Geometry, Calculus, et cetera]
-Featured on School Website Frequently
-Published Author (poetry in school magazine)
-Honor Roll 10-12</p>

• Extracurriculars (place leadership in parenthesis):
School related </p>

<p>-FIRST Robotics Team 9-12 (Varsity 9-12)
--Multiple Awards
-Debate Team 10-12 (10-11 JV) (12 Varsity)
--1st place team 2011
-Chess Team 10-12 (JV)
-Science League 9-12 (Bio 1, Bio 2, and Physics 2 Team Member)
--1st place Bio 2 team
-Principle's Leadership Council [Council of 4 Selected Students Per Grade]
-World Affairs [Model UN] 10-12
--Best Novice Delegate Award & Honorable Mention Award
-FBLA 9-12 (Officer)
--2nd place regional winner; state qualifier all years
-DECA 9-12 (Treasurer)
--1 3rd place trophy, 1 2nd place trophy, 2 1st place trophies; state qualifier all years; state finalist
-MathLab [Math Tutoring] 9-12 (Coordinator)
-Laureate [School Magazine] 10-12 (Co-editor)
-Interact [Community Service Club] 9-12 (Head School Coordinator)
-NHS 11-12
-AP Biology Lab Assistant 11-12</p>

<p>Non-school related
-5 years active Guitar
-6 years active Percussion
-Phone Software Programming</p>

<p>•Volunteer/Community service:
-Math Tutoring (15 hrs)
Elementary School Daycare Assistant (15 hrs)
-Animal Shelter Remodel Project (9 hrs)
-High School Library Assistant (70 hrs)
-Lab Assistant (15 hrs)</p>

<p>• Summer Activities:
-9th grade summer - self studied and tested out of Algebra 2
-10th grade summer - took chemistry courses at the community college
-11th grade summer(Probably) - internship at Johns Hopkins working at neuron research lab (only one of its kind in the world)</p>

<p>I'm Indian btw</p>

<p>It looks as if you have a great chance. You're scores are solid and you're AP load is heavy. However, Brown looks at the well-rounded student. I would recoomend that you ease up on the academic extra-curriculars and join a sport or take a "fun" class. I'm only talking from experience, as I was recently admitted to Brown and Dartmouth. I have only taken a few APs as I come from a farely low income community, but I showed an interest in what I was learning and a passion for other elements of learning. Creativity is essential to Brown and having a balance between talents is applauded. I finaled in art competitions, finaled at CIF in swimming, and scored farely high on the SAT and ACT. Keep on working hard, but try something new, because Brown cares more about the person then the numbers. Hope this helped!</p>

<p>Thanks for the tips LeviLandon</p>

<p>Amazing stats. I'm sure teachers wrote you stellar recommendations. Good extracurriculars. Your chances look fairly good. Good luck!</p>

<p>You seem to have everything that is required of an applicant to stand a fair chance. I think that if you really play up your passions in the essays, you have a good shot. I wouldn't pick up something "fun" if you don't want to, though. If your EC's truly show what your interests are, then ultimately Brown will value that more than something extra you picked up to look more well-rounded. Besides, you're already pretty rounded with a variety of different subject areas within AP classes.
Essentially, just make yourself stand out somehow.</p>