chance me too!!

<p>OOS Male
Major: ChemE
Academics:</p>

<p>GPA - Unweighted: 4.00</p>

<p>GPA - Weighted: 4.6
Class Rank: 1, Valedictorian
Class Size: 361
Senior Year Course Load: AP Physics, APCS, AP Lit, German 5, Research and Dev, Linear Algebra</p>

<p>Scores:</p>

<p>SAT I Math: 710
SAT I Critical Reading: 680
SAT I Writing: 630
SAT II Chem: 710
SAT II Math Level 2 (IIC): 760
AP- Calculus AB/USH/Stats/Gov 4, Chem/Lang -3</p>

<p>Extracurriculars:</p>

<p>Significant Extracurriculars:
President of NHS chapter
Varsity tennis
President of FRC/FTC teams
President of Science olympiad/Science bowl
President of German Club
JV soccer
Badminton state champ
Piano</p>

<p>Leadership positions;
^^^^</p>

<p>Athletic Status - list sport and your level:
Varsity tennis
JV Soccer
State champ for badminton</p>

<p>Volunteer/Service Work:
FLL volunteer
Library volunteer
Food bank volunteer
After school STEM
Tutoring at my school</p>

<p>Jobs:
Founding a tutoring program for math and sci
Intern/Researcher at Health Dept
Soccer Referee </p>

<p>Honors and Awards:
National Honor Society,
lots of in school awards
Rotary Student of the Month</p>

<p>College Summer programs:
CC Multivariate Calc
CC Sums and Series Calc</p>

<p>Just write good essays and you'll be fine. You're a really strong candidate.</p>

<p>Good essays + good recs = in, I think.</p>

<p>Your SATs are pretty low. Try to raise them and you are a strong candidate.</p>

<p>Your stats look good and put you in range to get in. Your SAT could be higher, but as is, it will not severely hamper your chances.</p>

<p>Good Luck!</p>

<p>Antarius has it correct. You could use an SAT boost but it's not the end of the world if you don't. The subjective aspects of your application will matter from here, and we can't judge that accurately at all since we don't work for Rice admissions. Good luck!</p>