Chance Me - Stanford, UPenn, Duke, Cornell,

<p>Hey everyone.
Class Profile: competitive, prestigious private high school in Hawaii.
400 students per class.
GPA: 3.71 UW. School does not weight.
Very rigorous courseload (4.5/5) taken offered by school.
SAT Scores: 1460/1600. 660Cr, 800M, 680W (9 Essay)</p>

<p>SAT II Scores: 780 Chem, 760 MathII, 710 Physics, 690 Bio</p>

<p>ACT Composite: 31, superscored 32</p>

<p>5 AP courses: AP Chemistry, AP Biology, AP Physics B + C, and AP Calculus BC.</p>


<p>Class Senate for 2 Years
Model United Nations for 3 years - Club Ambassador for 1 year and Secretary for another year.
Key Club Service Committee Member 1 year</p>

Bioengineering Intern - researching corneas in a lab</p>

JV Bowling Team for 2 Years
Vars Bowling Team for 1 Year.
Varsity Math Team for 3 years. Placed 3rd in the state?</p>

Carnival Booth Chair 1 Summer 100 hours <-- volunteering
Luke Leader 50 hours <-- volunteering
National Honors Society</p>

<p>Others: Others:
PFD/LD Debate for 3 Years.
National Piano Guilds District Member for 2 Years.</p>

<p>Goals: I want to apply to Engineering/Business departments only. I want to start my own engineering business.</p>

Olin College of Engineering
Harvey Mudd
Carnegie Mellon</p>


<p>bump plz help!</p>

<p>bump 10 char.</p>

<p>what's your ethnicity because you do know that getting into college is harder for asians than for URM's</p>

<p>but assuming that you are the average, i think ur GPA will hurt you. everything else is fine. </p>

<p>Stanford -reach
UPenn -reach
Cornell - low reach
Olin College of Engineering
Harvey Mudd
JHU- low reach
Carnegie Mellon</p>

<p>besides the reach schools you can probably comfortably get in those</p>

<p>Yeah... I am asian. Any other chances please?</p>

<p>GPA without rank is somewhat low, and SAT score is not particularly impressive. Combined with a fairly standard EC sheet I call reject at Stanford and Penn, plus reach at Cornell and Duke.</p>

<p>My school is very competitive. My weighted rank would probably be around 10-15%.</p>