Chances at Emory, Regular Decision

<p>White Male
Public School in NJ</p>

<p>SAT I: 1400 (750 math, 650 verbal) (Re-taking December, hoping for 1450-1500)
SAT II: Math2c 780, Writing 760, Spanish 710
Rank: 4 of 225
GPA: Weighted- 4.57, Unweighted- 3.80
Most rigorous courseload possible
AP's Junior Year: U.S. History, English Language, Computer Science (4's on all of them)
AP's Senior Year: Calc BC, Biology, Statistics, English Literature, Spanish</p>

<p>Student Government – 4 years (Business Manager(11), Treasurer (12))
Spanish Club – 4 years (President (11,12))
National Honor Society (Treasurer)
- Tutor for Math and Computer Science
Spanish National Honor Society (Vice President)
- Tutor for Spanish at all levels
Habitat for Humanity (11,12)
JV and Varsity Tennis Teams – 4 years
Writer for school newspaper and school’s spanish newsletter
High School Writing Center (11,12)
- Peer Tutor for writing assignments</p>

<p>Volunteer w/ Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity, New Mexico (Summer 2004)
225+ hours of community service… 6 weeks... end of June to beginning of August</p>

<p>New Jersey Scholars Program
- Semi-Finalist (Summer 2004)</p>

<p>National Merit Commended Scholar</p>

<p>Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition
for Community Service, August 2004</p>

<p>Excellent, excellent chance.</p>

<p>thanks Dash30........... bump - more opinions?!</p>

<p>your a good choice, but you should also apply to some ivies with your statistics, especially if you got a 1450 or better on your next SAT</p>

<p>i'm applying to Ivies... UPenn, Dartmouth, Cornell... Emory is more of a target/safety for me... thanks for the suggestion - keep 'em coming!</p>

<p>Emory RD is rarely a safety. Their acceptance rates are skewed because they accept so many ED applicants. The acceptance rate for RD students is much much lower. Sorry.</p>