Chances...already applied tho

<p>I applied to ILR RD. I sent in activity sheets to the school and definitely tried to show the fact that I researched the school in my essay. What sort of chances to do I have? Its definitely one of my top choices. Thanks. </p>

<p>Multiracial: Black and Indian (the Asian kind). Immigrated to the U.S. 5 year back. </p>

<p>School: High competitive public school
GPA: 91-92 (3.7-3.8) UW
School does not weigh or rank. Most rig courseload.
SATs: 2180
SAT IIs: 740-760s on a bunch.
APs: U.S. and World History: 5; Macro and Bio: 4
Taking APs: Physics C, Calc AB, Micro and Comp. </p>

<p>ECs: </p>

<p>I started my own online business. A friend and I created our own software and launched the site. The business gets a lot of hits and generates profits. The firm is registered as an LLC. I am the CEO of the firm and responsible for managing our relationship with the distributors as well as develop the business further. By far my primary activity. </p>

<p>I conducted economics research during junior and senior year. The researched focused on financial literacy and socioeconomic classes. I have submitted the project to Intel STS and plan on submitting to a variety of journals as well. </p>

<p>I have been elected as a representative at my school's student government. </p>

<p>I have studied indian classical music for the past 7 years. My focus has been on folk music. </p>


<p>I currently intern at a hedge fund in the Chicago area. I got the internship by contacting them myself (I have no contacts in the industry or anything). I had the same responsibilities as college interns during the summer, but currently only work after school twice a week. </p>

<p>I have also interned at a corporate law firm. Attained it the same was as the hedge fund internship. Worked there during the summer and prepared case files and conducted legal research.</p>

<p>you have a good chance.</p>

<p>sit back and relax; you can't do anything else.</p>

<p>Thanks. Trying to relax...can't say its happening though lol.</p>

<p>Any more comments?</p>

<p>wow good .</p>

<p>Thank you. </p>

<p>Anyone else? Appreciate all feedback.</p>

<p>Bumping it again.</p>

<p>What's your company called? I'm interested.</p>

<p>I really don't want to release this information on this forum as it would be really, really easy to figure out my identity. I probably will after all this college process thing is done though. Sorry for the paranoia :(.</p>

<p>ummm, you're guaranteed to get in</p>

<p>Thanks for the feedback. I really hope thats right. I can definitely picture myself at Cornell and I am hearing great things about the curriculum at ILR, so I would attend without a question. </p>

<p>BTW> When do we start hearing from ILR? I saw that they post their decision on a rolling basis starting from February. I mean it would be amazing to get a decision (hopefully a really good one!) in March or so. </p>

<p>Appreciate any more feedback or comments.</p>

<p>" tried to show the fact that I researched the school in my essay"</p>

<p>That's key with ILR. You sound pretty solid because you are the type of student that will makes ILR an interesting place to learn.</p>

<p>Thank you. I showed my essay to a few people and all of them said that it showed a lot of interest. So hopefully they like it. I also sent in a detailed activity sheet to ILR so they know what each of my activity entails.</p>

<p>Any more feedback?</p>

<p>bumping it....</p>

<p>Quick Q> Should I call up ILR to find out whether they received my activity sheet? I sent it directly to the ILR admissions department (it was posted on their "Admissions Requirement" table online) but not to the Cornell App Processing Center. </p>

<p>Also any feedback about chances would be appreciated.</p>