Chances at N'Western

<p>I'm currently a junior in high school and interested in knowing how I might do at N'Western when I apply next year; intended major: Economics/Business Management.</p>

<li>My GPA's probably going to be around 3.81 to 3.92 unweighted (depending on my probable grades this year), and about 4.1 weighted.</li>
<li>SAT score's are about 1450 (around 2150/2400 on new SAT) and 750-800 for SAT ii's.</li>
<li>EC's: I have about 4 solid EC's with long-term commitment, a few solid awards (NMS Commended, Honor Roll, Debate Excellence Award), internships with banks, ~500 hours of community service, and there's another EC which I believe is my strong point, explained in the next subpoint.</li>
<li>Started an organization (internationally recognized) which helps needy children in my homeland. The organization's helped ~50-100 needy kids with college scholarships, #4, 10, 11 biggest cities in the country helped, 5 colleges and high schools helped. I started the non-profit organization by myself, and many have recognized it. I'm hoping it gains some recognition/award(s) by distinguished institutions. (It takes up about 20-25 hours/week and occassional trips to the country since there's about 10 part-time employees in the organization)</li>

<p>Any comments would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!</p>

<p>First of all, there is no way to predict your scores on the new is a completely different test</p>

<p>The organization seems good, but it almost seems like you are doing it just to get into college...not b/c you are passionate about it...i am probably wrong and you are passionate about it but thats what it seems like to me</p>

<p>Looks like your chances are good...many grades still, b/t now and app. time...but keep up the good work</p>

<p>Yeah, the organization was made (I'll explain in my essay), b/c my own father lived in the slums and couldn't afford education. It was only b/c of charity, he succeeded. So, it's not only family but also from my experiences of going to my homeland and seeing the people suffer -- these factors have made me want to help them and give them a chance at living a good life. Thanks for the comment. Anyone else care to add?</p>