chances EA SFS?

<p>I think Gtown is a reach for me and I'm getting so nervous knowing it's all out of my hands now...any chancing would be greatly appreciated!</p>

<p>Biracial (black+white) Female from the Northeast</p>

<p>Academics:
GPA: 4.36/5 (my school doesn't rank but this basically puts me at least in the top 10%, you can kind of infer from the distribution graph they give)
SAT: 2350 (760 Math, 790 CR, 800 Writing)
SAT II: 800 Math 1, 800 US History, 750 Lit</p>

<p>ECs:
Copresident of GSA
Leadership in Amnesty International
Summer Language Classes
Model Congress
Various music ECs and Community Service</p>

<p>I can give more information if you want it, I tried to narrow it down to the basics of my app. Thanks for your help! :)</p>

<p>you should get in</p>

<p>You'll get in. You would get in without Affirmative Action, but it sure won't hurt your chances. </p>

<p>Congrats on your accomplishments.</p>

<p>Thanks for your thoughts guys- I don't want to get my hopes up as Gtown seems like it could be a reach based on my grades (that's what the scattergram on naviance makes it seem like) but it's nice to hear some positive feedback :)</p>

<p>Do you think Affirmative Action will have any effect? I've been a little confused over how it affects biracial students...</p>

<p>What did you put down for race on your app? I always thought that biracial people (like Barack Obama) were considered black (if they wanted to be considered that).</p>

<p>I put down both races, so they might consider me black based off that. I'm 3/4 white so when people see me they think I'm white (though I don't think I look white...) but I identify as biracial. I'm curious about how colleges see it- if they group biracial people with the minority group or as their own group...</p>