Chances as a WM transfer

<p>Hi I’m a freshman at GMU’s Honors College. I hope to apply this March, and to transfer into William and Mary for the fall of 2011.</p>

<p>At the end of my senior year in high school, I had a 3.8 GPA (I am from Fairfax County, and the average accepted GPA last year to William and Mary was 4.2). I received a 1920 on my SATs and a 30 on my ACTs. I was captain of the crew team, president of three clubs, an Eagle Scout, and a member of three honor societies, one of them the National Honors Society. I also took 7 AP classes, and received the following grades.
AP World History: 4
AP US History: 5
AP English Language: 4
AP US Government: 5
AP Comparative Government: 4
AP English Literature: 5
AP Macroeconomics: 4</p>

<p>For my first semester in college, I received a 4.0. I took the following classes and received the following grades:
Research Methods (General Education requirement): A
Reading the Arts (General Education requirement): A
Liberal Arts Approach to Calculus (General Education requirement, but I will take a stronger calculus class in the spring): A
Democratic Theory and Practice (Elective): A
Microeconomic Principles: A+</p>

<p>Total: 16 credits
Next semester, I will take Intermediate Microeconomics, Introduction to Philosophy, Cross-Cultural Perspectives (General Education requirement), Calculus I, and Introductory Physics.
Total: 17 credits</p>

<p>During the first semester, I was a founding officer of two clubs, the Campus Rand Association and the Students for Liberty club. I also worked part time as a swimming instructor and a legal assistant. I plan to run a marathon and bike a century next semester.
Tell me if you need more information. Please be brutally honest!</p>

<p>Bump please!</p>