Chances at Case Western for fairly average applicant?

<p>I'd like to know what my chances are at Case Western Reserve (applying ED). </p>

<p>Female; asian; Ohio (first in family to attend college)
Interest in pre-law (major in pol.sci, psych, minor french)</p>

<p>GPA: 3.85
*SAT I (new): 2080
Verbal: 730
Writing: 740
Math: 610
*As predicted from practice tests and courses (error ranges from 1980-2180 appx.) - will take actual SAT this March
Will take SAT II: Writing (predict 700-800)</p>

<p>ECs/Awards/Volunteering/Activities: Mock Trial Team (Outstanding Attorney three years, team captain - competed at state level), select choir OMEA superior ratings three years (state level recognition), prom committee, French club president, CARDS for kids student mentoring, student hosts, community service club (many hours of comm. service through club), 1st place district reflections (literature), co-founder and co-president of Youth for Liberals club, philosohpy club, National Honor Society, French Nat'l Honor Society, Foreign Language student of the month, Academic team outstanding performance honoree, Academic honors/honor roll 3 years, Mid-Ohio food bank (50 hours), voice lessons (4 years)</p>

<p>Honors/AP: Most rigorous courses available. Enriched BESS 1 & 2 (science), Enriched English 1 & 2, AP US History-(4), Enriched Chem., AP Language (5 predict), AP European History (4 predict), AP Literature (5 predict), AP French Language(5), AP Gov. (4 predict).</p>


<p>You have a very good to excellent chance at Case Western, especially applying early.</p>

<p>Woah, you must live by me...where do you go to school? And you're a 1st gen. college student and you're Asian? That's unique, they'll like that.</p>

<p>But I thought CWRU only had EA not ED...whatever. Good luck! :)</p>

<p>Thanks for the replies; I'm very weak (generally) in math/science (as you can see from SAT scores). Do you think this would hurt my chances at Case at all?. I meant EA; they don't have ED at Case - typo:-) Anyone else???</p>


<p>bump...come on people...any more replies?! (Out of curiousity, does anybody have any suggestions/reccomendations for other colleges I could be looking at based on my stats???)</p>

<p>bump bump bump</p>

<p>wish i could help you out but dont know about the new sat.. check out umich and nyu</p>

<p>If you’re looking for a smaller school in Ohio, you may want to consider Denison, an excellent liberal arts college located in Granville, which is roughly 30 miles outside of Columbus. Denison has a strong political science department, a beautiful campus, a very good honors program, and is very generous with merit aid and financial aid.</p>

<p>Also look at College of Wooster.</p>

<p>Maybe you could check out Grinnell?</p>

<p>Not to steal your thread or anything, but I'm also looking for Case as my first choice [EA]. I was wondering what you think my chances would be. My stats are on my original post: <a href=""&gt;;/a>. Thanks a lot.</p>

<p>Hey, no problem. It's a bump, so whatever(-: Case is definitely a perfect fit for me (in terms of what I'm looking for)...can anyone else give some insight into how my stats look for what Case wants?? Is the math weakness going to hurt?</p>

<p>I'm not sure about the new SATs, but I think your verbal score is good, and even a 610 for Math isn't too too bad. Just see how the real SATs go. Your verbal might offset the Math, depending on which major you want to go into. If you want to go into an engineering major, it would be best to bring that score up a little.</p>