chance me! will chance back asap!!!

<p>lets start off by saying i go to pretty competitive high school, D1 athletics, pretty big in size, etc... </p>

<ul>
<li>3.33 gpa</li>
<li>146/373 class rank</li>
<li>1510 sats</li>
</ul>

<p>550 math
460 reading ..
500 writing</p>

<ul>
<li>ct resident, attend high school in ct</li>
<li>varsity ice hockey</li>
<li>jv lacrosse</li>
<li>tons of e.c's- community service, all that non sense</li>
<li>advanced in all areas of capt (yet I suck at sats...)</li>
<li>im 50% white, 50% puerto rican*</li>
<li>1st generation college student</li>
<li>didnt really challenge myself, most level 3 (college prep) classes .. except for history freshman year (honors) and this year, senior, im taking level 4 (honor) calculus</li>
<li>All A's and B's on my transcript</li>
<li>have a seriously unique talent, written about in essay and in my two teacher letters of recommendation.. (extremely unique, would rather not share, its a dead give-a-way who I am if I do)</li>
</ul>

<p>*- will this help me get into uconn? they have a very low % of hispanics.</p>

<p>LIST
- University of Connecticut (UConn)
- University of South Florida (Tampa)
- University of Florida
- University of Tampa
- Quinnipiac University (CT)
- Penn State</p>

<p>I think you have a great chance at all of those schools. Penn state might be a bit tougher because of your GPA.</p>

<p>Chance back please (:</p>

<p><a href="http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/what-my-chances/1241354-decent-gpa-high-sat-1-weak-ecs.html%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/what-my-chances/1241354-decent-gpa-high-sat-1-weak-ecs.html&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>For UConn- 2010's spreads for Math and Critical Reading respectively for admitted students were 580/670 and 550/640. You fall into the lower 50th percentile in Math and the lower 25th percentile for reading.</p>

<p>For U of South Florida- 2009's spreads for Math, Critical Reading, and Writing respectively were 530/640, 520/620, 500/600. This means you're in the lower 50th percentile for math, the lower 25th percentile for reading, and the lower 50th percentile for writing.</p>

<p>For U of Florida- 2010's spreads for Reading and math respectively were 570/670 and 600/690. You're in the lower 25th percentile for both.</p>

<p>For U of Tampa- 2009's spreads for reading, math and writing respectively were 480 / 570, 490 / 580, and 480 / 570. This puts you in the upper 50th percentile for math, lower 25th for reading, and lower 50th for writing.</p>

<p>For Quinnipiac U- 2010's spreads for reading, math and writing respectively were 490 / 580, 500 / 610, and 510 / 600. This puts you in the upper 50th for math, lower 25th for reading, and lower 25th for writing.</p>

<p>For Penn State- 2010's spreads for reading, math and writing respectively were 530 / 630, 560 / 670, and 540 / 640. This puts you in the lower 50th for math, lower 25th for reading, and lower 25th for writing.</p>

<p>Now, obviously it isn't all stats based. You have solid EC's which should help along with the fact that you are part-Hispanic and a 1st gen college student. So, you've got some good shots at most. Stats-wise Tampa and UConn seem to be your best bets. (Not to say the others aren't decent shots either) Perhaps adding a few more safeties?</p>

<p>anyone else?</p>

<p>still looking for some chances..</p>

<p>i'd say you're a solid bet at just about all your schools. i know you'll definitely get into QU. i interviewed there, and we have similar grades, and they told me i was a shoe in so thats a definite! Chance back please! i dont know how to post the link but its right in my profile! Thanks :)</p>

<p>anyone chance me on uconn or usf? help please :(</p>