Chance me please!

<p>Hey all,</p>

<p>I'm currently a junior and with my senior year coming up, I was wondering how well I'm doing on my path to my dream universities. If you could help me out, that would be great. I intend on majoring in economics/finance.</p>

<p>Academics:
GPA: 4.25 UW out of 4.33 for first two years of high school; will increase after junior year considering A+s/As in all classes
Rank: School does not rank, but I have the highest GPA of my 800 person class</p>

<p>Junior Year Schedule:
Gym, AP Microeconomics, Honors French IV, Lunch, AP Calculus BC, AP English Language and Composition, AP Physics B, Study Hall (required for AP science), AP US History II</p>

<p>Senior Year Schedule:
Gym, Lunch, AP Macroeconomics, AP French Language, AP Prob/Stat, AP English Literature and Composition, AP Physics C, Study Hall (required), AP Pyschology</p>

<p>SATI: 2350 (only attempt; 800W, 780CR, 770M)
SATII Math II: 800, Physics: 790, US History: 750-800 (prediction; taking them in June)
APs: 5s on all APs taken junior year (prediction)</p>

<p>ECs:
Key Club - Lieutenant Governor (state officer), District Secretary (state officer)
FBLA - President (possibly for another year as well)
Forensics - Debate Captain (likely for next year)
Math Honor Society - Junior Representative (appointed president for next year)
Science Honor Society - Committee Chairperson (likely officer position next year)
Academic Team
National Honor Society
French Honor Society
Model United Nations
Making a Difference Everywhere</p>

<p>Awards:
2nd Place FBLA Business Math (Regionals)
3rd Place FBLA Business Math (States; national qualifier)
1st Place FBLA Business Calculations (Regionals)
5th Place FBLA Business Calculations (States)
1st Place SIFE Business Presentation
6th Place Grand Concours National French Exam
Harvard National Invitational Forensics Tournament Public Forum Debate Quarterfinalists
8th Grade Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music Piano Certification</p>

<p>Summer Activities:
National Youth Leader Forum on Medicine, Summer of 08 (I know it's a scam. =)
Congressional Studnet Leadership Conference, Summer of 09 (Like above, found out after this program)
Leadership in the Business World at Wharton, Summer of 10 (rather prestigious program that accepts 60 students annually)
Possibly an internship at a pharmaceutical company this summer as well</p>

<p>Volunteering:
About 100 hours so far. Plan on doing much more this summer.</p>

<p>Chance me for:
Harvard
Wharton (UPenn)
Yale
Stanford
Cornell
Princeton
Dartmouth
Duke
NYU
UChicago
Rutgers
Berkeley
UMich</p>

<p>Scale: Safety, Match, High Match/Low Reach, Reach, High Reach, No Way</p>

<p>Thank you!</p>

<p>Anyone? Please?</p>

<p>WOW, DEFINATELY VERY, VERY, VERY IMPRESSIVE. I can only dream of having something like this by my jr./snr. year!!</p>

<p>Harvard- reach, but a crapshot like always
Wharton (UPenn)- reach, LEAD/FBLA stuff really gonna help you out here
Yale- see harvard
Stanford- see harvard
Cornell- if this didn't have ivy status, I could almost say in
Princeton- same as harvard
Dartmouth- same as above (yeah, creative right)
Duke- see Cornell, but just not as in, you kno what I meant
NYU- in
UChicago- low reach
Rutgers- in
Berkeley- in state- low reach, out- reach
UMich- same</p>

<ul>
<li>We all know you take gym</li>
<li>Science and FBLA stuff show good well roundedness, esp. good for wharton</li>
<li>Consider NYU Stern? Georgetown SFS?</li>
<li>Give me some advice please on how you did this.</li>
</ul>

<p>HYPSW - Low Reach
Cornell - Match
Dartmouth - High Match
Duke - Match
nYU - In
UChicago - High Match
Rutgers - In
Berkeley - Match
Michigan - In</p>

<p>Thanks for your input guys! Anymore?</p>

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<p>Bumpbumpbump</p>

<p>Harvard 9%
Wharton (UPenn) 18%
Yale 9%
Stanford 8%
Cornell 25%
Princeton 9%
Dartmouth 16%
Duke 20%
NYU 40%
UChicago 20%
Rutgers 80%
Berkeley 40%
UMich 95%</p>