Chances for an International!!

<p>I'm an international RD applicant (Political Sci.) from Spain... Looking forward to reading your answers!!!</p>

<p>SAT I:1650/2400 (570 CR, 580 M, 500 W)
SAT II: French (660) Spanish with Listening (800)
GPA:8.9 (unweighted) in a 0-10 scale
Taking 7 IB courses (full IB Diploma candidate): Higher level English B (predicted 7) Philosophy (predicted 7) Spanish A1 (predicted 5) and Standard level History (predicted 7), Biology (predicted 4), Math (predicted 4) and Theory of Knowledge (predicted 7)
TOEFL iBT: 103
Have passed the Certificate of Proficiency in English by Cambridge University, which is the world's most difficult English test.</p>

• Summer Schools: In the UK and France
• Piano
• Chorus
• Volunteer in a center for the assistance for people with severe intellectual disabilities
• Volunteer within the Catholic Church (with Caritas)
• Secretary General at a regional level of the youth wing of the Spanish conservative “People’s Party”
• Model United Nations (all of them are international models)
o SEKMUN II (Awarded as the Best delegation in the Security Conucil)
o MiNUBA (Buenos Aires)
o SEKMUN III (Awarded as the Best delegation in the security Council
• President of the Class in the academic years 2008/2009 and 2009/2010
• Weekly partner in a radio show
• Doing the preparatory courses to join the Catholic Action
• Tutoring students in Economics and in English
• Teacher of Debate and Oratory for young students
• Golf
• Varsity Tennis </p>

<p>I know that my SAT scores are a bit low, but I reckon that as I am an international applicant, the comitee on admissions is going to focus more on my TOEFL scores (they ask for an 80 and I got a 103)</p>

<p>So, what do you think??</p>

<p>please, chance me!! :)</p>

<p>Your SAT score is too low... make it to above 1800 or 1900.
Plus, your GPA doesn't look impressive either. make it to 9.5 at least.
above 9.0 is better than 8.9 :P</p>