Chances at Yale, Stanford, Georgetown

<p>Hi everyone,</p>

<p>So I'm a prospective student this coming year and I would really appreciate it if someone could tell me how they think I might fair. All of these schools are obviously what some would call a crapshoot, as are all of the other top universities, but I just want to see what people have to say.</p>

<p>Class of 2013
Upper Middle Class</p>

<p>Major: Most likely biology - Following a pre-med path
Class Rank: Our school doesn't rank, but within top 5% (Top 17 kids - unknown beyond this specificity)
Average: 95 through junior year</p>

<p>SAT I: 2270 (800 CR, 730 Math, 740 Writing)
SAT II: US History 770, Math I 700, Biology-M 680 (not going to report besides to fulfill Georgetown requirements)</p>

<p>AP Scores: AP US History - 5, AP Physics B - 4</p>

<p>Honors/AP Classes Taken:
Spanish 2H - 93
Spanish 3H - 92
Spanish 4H - 94
English 11H - 94
H Geometry - 87
H Algebra 2/Trigonometry - 92
H Pre-Calculus - 91
AP Physics B - 94
AP American History - 94</p>

<p>My school only offers 2 AP courses through junior year so I've taken every single honors and AP class my school provides through junior year (most rigorous schedule available).</p>

<p>Senior Schedule:
AP US Government
AP Calculus BC
AP Biology
AP Spanish Language
College Composition/Art of Film</p>

Red Cross Club (2 years)
Habitat for Humanity (2 years)
Midnight Run Club (Charity club; President, 3 years)
Students for Senegal (Charity club; member 2 years, board member 1 year)</p>

<p>Other ECs:
Food Pantry Volunteer (4 years)
Youth theater group (3 years)
School Planning Council (2 years) - work with administrators to develop programs at school
Student Interviewer for new guidance counselors applying for job at my school (2 years)
Varsity Cross Country (3 years; Captain senior year)
JV Tennis
Varsity Indoor Track and Field
Varsity Spring Track and Field</p>

National Honor Society
Introduction to Architecture Award
Research Scholarship from Cornell Medical Center - Awarded to promising biomedical researchers and featured in a Cornell-wide letter from the Dean</p>

<p>Work experience:
-Soccer Referee (4 years)
-Internship at Weill Cornell Medical Center: Recommendation letter from the doctor I work for and 1st author 2 pending publications and co-author on another academic paper + acceptance into national meetings on area of study</p>

<p>Thanks so much!</p>