Chances for a GW and others...

<p>I'm currently completing my junior year. I'm planning on going to a school in a major city. I plan majoring in neuroscience if available, if not double major in bio/psych. If it makes any difference, I go to an all girls catholic school.</p>

<p>My top four schools right now are George Washington, Boston University, Northeastern, and Carnegie Mellon. </p>

<p>GPA unweighted - 3.6-3.7 (my school does not do weighted)
4 APs (the only ones my small school offers)
4 College courses offered through area colleges at my school
In my class there's >60 students, so my school only ranks for valedictorian and salutatorian. I will not be ranked.
Reading - 740
Math - 610
Writing - 640
will be taking subject tests in Chem, Lit, and US
ACT - 30</p>

Marching Band/Concert Band (officer, will be treasurer next year)
Jazz Band
Drum lessons
volunteering at local hospital
service oriented club at my school</p>

National Honor Society
National Student Leadership Conference on Medicine
Presidential Volunteer Service Award
Honor Roll
Girl Scout Bronze Award
Presidential Scholarship (Half tuition scholarship for my school, highest available)
Volunteer Tutoring elementary level students</p>

<p>So...yeah. Chances? Please?</p>

<p>Excellent chances at GWU, BU and Northeastern. CMU will be tougher. Best of luck!</p>

<p>Does anyone think the lower SAT math score will hurt my chances? Took SAT twice, got same score both times. Should I take it again or just leave it as is?</p>

<p>Also wondering about Brandeis and university of Rochester? Please?</p>