Chance please

1st generation college student*
Income (less than 80,000)*</p>

<p>GPA (UW) 3.66 (will be higher next year in senior year when I 4.0 that year)
Rank almost top 10%, (is it likely to get into ivy without being in top 10%?)
ACT 33( on practice test), I expect 33+
SAT 2300 (will retake)
SAT IIs ( MATH II) = 800, (BIOLOGY M) = 800, (LITERATURE) = 800.
AP Biology = 3 or 4
Next Year's APs = AP Psych, AP environmental, (self studying: macro, ush, micro, physics b, english, human geography, and chemistry) I expect 4s and 5s</p>

Chess Club (9-12)
Film Machinima (10)
HTML Programming (11,12)
NHS (10-12)
Science NHS (12)
Basketball (9)
Independent Science Research (11-12)</p>

MENSA (I organize events and community service)
250+ community service hours
Student Science Program all summer at state university
500$ scholarship money from sports tournaments

<p>What chances do I have for:
Which school should I ED for engineering or med
UPenn (ED/EA)
Cornell (ED/EA)<br>

<p>I'll need financial aid, as money is tight.</p>


<p>someone please</p>

<p>UPenn- match (get up GPA a bit)
Cornell - match
Dartmouth- match
Brown - reach
Columbia - reach</p>

<p>chance back please</p>

<p>Anyone else?</p>

<p>i'd say if you bump your gpa and crack the top 10% at your school your chances for these schools would be better. With your test scores and EC's i would say your chances, in my opinion, look like this:</p>

<p>UPenn- match/low reach
Cornell - match
Dartmouth- match
Brown - reach
Columbia - low reach</p>

<p>could you chance me back?</p>

<p>bumpity bump</p>

<p>I would apply to Cornell ED because without being in the top 10 percent of your class those other may be sort of difficult, but you would definitely be in Cornell ED if you wanted to go there that is.
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