Chance this student for school of agriculture and life sciences (economcis and manag?

SAT: 2130
SAT 2: 750, 700, 660
Rank: 2/400
GPA: 98%
7 ap's.
Awards: ap scholar w/ honors, scholar athlete, honor roll.
EC's: national honor society(officer), math club, football (no recruiting), spanish honor society, community service.
location: NY
Gender: Male
Family income: $150000+
Ethnicity: White</p>

<p>Chances for the business program in CALS for RD?</p>

<p>your stats are at most soso for AEM. your SAT is below avg, sat II is not that impressive. your rank/gpa is good though. if you are goning to apply, i def suggest ED</p>

<p>Decent chances ED.</p>

<p>why are you interested in aem?/what ECs do you have that prove that you're interested in any aspect of business?</p>

<p>Your SAT is NOT below average. Average SAT for ALS is 1350 for CR & M for this past falls entering freshman.</p>

<p>AEM has higher standards than the rest of CALS.</p>

<p>1350 only? i believe my year was higher but i was in HE... besides we don't know what he got for reading/math.</p>

<p>I wasn't aware that there were any stats that were broken down by major...only by college. Given that his total score was 2130 we can assume that his CR + M is around 1400.</p>

<p>just looked it up. </p>

<p>The admitted class has mean 710 verbal and 740 math SAT scores, for a 1450 avg</p>

<p>your sats are ABOVE average for Cornell. RD average chances. ED good chance.</p>

<p>Apply ED if you're sure you'd want to go so you can optimize your chances.</p>

<p>Where did you get stats for that specific major? The 75th percentile for the CALS this past fall was 1460......<a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>^I remember seeing SAT for AEM specifically somewhere too.
Can't seem find it now though.</p>