Chances at Stanford, Princeton, Yale, etc

<p>Hey guys, please rate my chances for the following schools...</p>

<p>Stanford-Early Action
Yale
Princeton
Georgetown
Wellesley
What other schools should I add?</p>

<p>Class rank: 1/600
GPA: 4.64
Most rigorous class schedule (Including 7 AP's junior year with all 4's and 5's)</p>

<p>SAT I: 1500 +
SAT II: Writing 800, Math IIC 760, French 740
AP's: World History 5
Statistics 5
Language 5
French Language 5
US History 5
Chemistry 5
Calculus BC 4
French Literature 4
Latin Literature 4</p>

<p>Academic Awards/Achievements:
-Wellesley Book Award Recipient
-AP National Scholar (expected)
-National Merit Semi-Finalist
-Numerous school departmental awards
-National Latin Exam (Summa Cum Laude 2002, 2003; Maxima Cum Laude 2004)
-Grand Concours (7th- French IV, 4th-French V)
-National Honor Society
-Beta Club</p>

<p>Extracurricular Activities
Flute
-Private lessons 9-12
-School band/orchestra
-Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra
-District Honor Band
-District Honor Orchestra
-All State Band/Orchestra
Figure Skating
-Atlanta Figure Skating Club
-Private lessons 9-12
-USFSA tests passed
-Various local competitions
French Club
-Member 9-12
-Secretary 11
-Vice President 12
Junior State of America
-Grade 12
-Founding co-president
Hands On Community
-Member 11-12
-Founding board member 11
-Vice President of Communications 12
Mock Trial
-11-12
-Team member</p>

<p>Summer activities:
-VolunTEEN at St. Joseph's Hospital (Total 122 hours) 2003, 2004
-County Summer School (PE/Health) 2002
-French Immersion Program in Quebec, Canada 2002
-The Oxford Tradition in Oxford University, England 2003
-"Friendship through Music" Cultural Exchange (Berlin, Germany and Atlanta, GA) 2004
-JSA Summer School at Yale 2004</p>

<p>Stanford-It's a toss-up, since they swited their early thingy, a lot of people are doing early action, so this year stanford ea is supposedly going to be brutal</p>

<p>Yale-another toss-up</p>

<p>Princeton- 60% chance, you're solid, but subjective factors play into it </p>

<p>Georgetown-75% chance, I don't see you having a ton of trouble here (are you doing sfs? that could make it more difficult, seeing they get 18,000 applications)</p>

<p>Wellesley-90% chance, you're probably in</p>

<p>Thanks celebrian25. What other schools should I consider applying to?</p>

<p>could you give some information about what your looking for in a school? small or big? rural or city? northeast or southwest? cold or hot? LAC or university? Big greek life? social scene? engineering or creative writing? low or high diversity? public or private? presence of alcohol? women's college or coed? unified campus spread through city? academic strength? sports? fitness center? </p>

<p>just some suggestions on what could be important to you</p>

<p>I just thought I would let you know that based on your stats, you will be successful wherever you end up going. You have already shown that you will excel, through your achievements exhibited to date. Don't stress, even if you didn't choose to go to an ivy, statistics show that candidates that could get in to ivies, but that choose not to, are just as successful as those that do go to ivies. Good luck, your parents must be so proud of you.</p>

<p>You have a great shot at most of these. YPS could go either way, so cushion yourself with matches that are higher rated than Gtown and Wellesley. My advice is seriously look into the "middle Ivies" and Duke. Choose a couple, I know many who have gotten into Yale and a place like Brown and have gone to Brown once they visited.</p>

<p>Thanks everyone!</p>

<p>BUMP! Thanks for your help everyone!</p>

<p>I think your chances of getting into all those schools are high!! don't worry about it! as long as your essays and recommendations are good, i'm sure you'll be fine. and even if you don't get in, from what I can tell, you still have had an amazing high school experience!! good luck!</p>

<p>Bump please! :)</p>

<p>I think that Harvard, Yale, and Stanford share their EA pool, meaning that you can apply EA to 2 or 3 of them. Why not apply EA to Yale too? Regarding your chances - you obviously know that you have a fighting chance at the most selective schools in the country. Why are you asking us to critique your chances? Just apply to where you really want to attend, because you have as good of a chance as anybody.</p>

<p>harvard yale and stanford can't possibly share their EA pool because they're all single choice EA... you can only apply to one of them early</p>

<p>You might be right, but EA is nonbinding, whereas ED is binding. I <em>heard</em> that Harvard, Stanford, and Yale share their pools, although I might be wrong.</p>