CHANCES at Princeton. Long shot?

<p>Hey guys
This is what I should have by the time I'm a senior (rising junior now):</p>

<p>Asian Female, PA, not-so-great public school :/</p>

<p>UW GPA: 4.0
W GPA: 4.95
Rank: 2/571</p>

<p>SAT: 760 CR, 800 M, 780 W (2340 Composite)</p>

<p>SAT2: 800 Math 2, 770 Chemistry, 780 USH</p>

<p>Freshman year:
-Honors Biology: A
-Honors English 9: A+
-Honors Alg. 2: A+
-Honors Precalc: A+
-Honors Western Civilization (History): A+
-Intro to Computer Programming: A+
-Spanish 2: A+
-Health/Gym: A+/A+</p>

<p>Sophomore Year:
-Honors Geometry: A+
-AP Calc BC: A+
-Honors U.S. History: A+
-Honors Chemistry: A+
-Honors English 10: A
-Spanish 3: A+
-Health/Gym: A+/A+</p>

<p>Junior Year:
-AP Chemistry: A
-Honors Physics: A+
-AP Statistics: A+
-AP U.S. History: A+
-AP English 11: A+
-Spanish 4: A+
-College to take Calc 3: A+</p>

<p>Senior Year Classes:
-AP English 12: A+
-AP Physics: A
-AP Spanish: A+
-AP Psychology: A+
-AP Microeconomics: A+
-Honors Human Anatomy: A+
-College to take Linear Alg: A+</p>

-varsity swimmer, (co-capt.) 4 years
-summer swimming, 6 years
-science olympiad (capt.), 4 years
-ARML (american regions math league) (Section leader), 4 years
-piano, 12 years
-student council rep, 4 years
-debate team, 3 years
-math team, (capt.) 3 years
-newspaper (Editor) 4 years
-art club, 2 years</p>

-Science Olympiad - 1st in Anatomy, 2nd in Ecology regional level
3rd in Ecology, 5th in Anatomy state level
-ARML - highest achieving female, team won the national championships 2 years in a row
-Swimming - most diligent swimmer award, i hold 4 team records for my summer team
-Piano - lots of national and state awards and recognition
-$3,000 Scholarship Winner to Cedar Crest College for Outstanding Mathematics
-Lehigh University Math Contest Fifth Place Individual
-Art displayed in Bethlehem’s Cultural Arts and Education Center</p>

<p>Community Service:
-300+ hours at Hospital
-50 hours choir piano acccompaniment
-100+ hours teacher's aide for chinese school
-100+ hours summer swim team timer</p>

-MATHCOUNTS teacher at community college
-Private swim coach</p>

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<p>Give me an honest opinion, guys!</p>

<p>you're probably a match... incredible scores, good classes/gpa, solid, dedicated ECs, good community service... these make you sound unreal though ;)
good luck</p>

<p>Ridiculously amazing shot if that's real -- wow you do everything!</p>

<p>You got a great shot, lots of ecs and awards. Good luck!</p>

<p>If you don't get in, I'm doomed.</p>

<p>What are your AP scores? You said that your school isn't that great so your performance on AP tests give Princeton and other colleges an idea of where you are nationally.</p>

<p>"This is what I should have by the time I'm a senior (rising junior now)"</p>

<p>that's a little awkward, since no one here knows what's exactly true as of now and what you're projecting. If this is the actual outcome though, you would absolutely be very very competitive.</p>

<p>I only know my AP Calc BC score so far, and I got a 5.
I'm going to be screwed my junior year though, because my school sucks and they don't teach all of the material on the AP tests. So I'm going to studying my ass off with 4 APs.</p>

<p>Thanks everybody! And haha, all of it's real except for my SAT scores because I haven't taken them yet. But those scores are what I'm expecting.
Keep'em coming :)</p>

<p>@justadream92, Everything is true as of now except the junior and senior year classes, of course, but it's not extremely difficult to get A's in my school. And the SATs, but those scores are what I'm averaging in the Collegeboard BlueBook. Oh, and the co-captaincy for swimming might be a little iffy, cuz I really hate swimming. ;)</p>

<p>haha awesome then. good luck this year kid</p>

<p>It's good to have goals and if this is your goal for the rest of high school, well done. It's nice to see people thinking ahead. Then when you actually do have the stats, we can give you real feedback.</p>

<p>Eh, you should focus on getting them first.</p>