Chance me pleaseeeeeee!!!

<p>Hahas, another HSEF?</p>

<p>Machie, thanks boo.</p>

<p>ily. You already knowww!!

<p> biggest issue isn't really getting's getting a ****ty fin-aid package.</p>

<p>That's essentially what happened to my brother.</p>

<p>Hmmmm... yours should be infinitely better though, as long as your parents (or better yet, YOU! I filled out all my financial forms myself) fill your fin aid info out right, and inform your colleges on these forms that they're paying for your brother - your contribution would be GREATLY reduced, and for him too next year.</p>

<p>He's going to Hunter....Lol. That's 5k a year. Not a huge dent....

<p>Dartmouth - Reach / High Reach
Cornell - Reach / High Reach
Yale - High Reach
Columbia - High Reach
NYU - Semi Reach / Match
Mac. Hunter - Reach
Barnard - Semi Reach
Gettysburg - Match
Suny Bing - Match
Suny Stony - Safety</p>

<p>Thanks William!

<p>Take again the SAT - I am sure you can improve it at least to 2000 which makes the situation different. Your ECs are good, GPA - perfect so my advice is to take the SAT again if you want to get into some of the better schools. I have no idea about the different universities and the criteria they have for the admission. Good Luck :)</p>

<p>I will be really grateful if you chance me because as I said I don't know about the criteria of the universities and every opinion is important for me :)
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<p>Thanks Boyan.</p>

<p>Good luck!!</p>

<p>Bump. 10 char.</p>

Cornell: Reach
Yale: Reach
Columbia: Reach
Amherst: Reach
Swarthmore: Reach
Hamilton: Not sure
Pitzer: Not sure
NYU Macaulay Honors: low reach
Hunter: match
Barnard: Not sure
Vassar: low reach
Gettysburg: Not sure
SUNY Bing: match
SUNY Stony Brook: match</p>

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<p>I would take chem, especially if you are taking AP chem next year. Aim for 720+ on those. And make sure to get that SAT1 up ↑↑↑ If you can't seem to break 2100, I would then suggest the ACT, but I think SAT>ACT. Keep that GPA up, especially keep the UW GPA up. And make use of your summers, that is key. Your schools look kind of east coastey (Just made that up), and I only know west coast schools, so I can't help you there. GL!</p>

<p>I'm thinking:
Lit, Chem and US History. </p>

<p>And thanks ilurkphat. Lol. I think I can break 2200. I've been practicing.

<p>West Coast!! POMONAAA!!<3 LOL</p>

<p>2200? then screw the ACT lol. Ya Pamona is nice, I was looking at it, but their averages got way too intense this year for me to even consider it.. 〒_〒. You got a good shot though.</p>

<p>Funny story about that ACT....</p>

<p>I registered to take it in June and on the day of the test I just turned off the alarm clock and went back to sleep.</p>

<p>Everyone makes it seem like it's so easy. And for the school's I'm applying to....SAT is weighed more than the ACT. ACTs are good if you're applying to West Coast schools. But the SATs are good all around.</p>


<p>Darn Collegeboard!</p>

<p>I think this is not possible to change college and its very descriptive task. In College all situation is in under rules and regulations.</p>

<p>Huh? That post made no sense...</p>

<p>Please elaborate.</p>