Chances for Brown ED

<p>Private high school, sends about 10 to "top 20" schools every year
5.45 weighted (5 for A-, 5.33 for A, 5.67 for A+)
3.96 UW
Hispanic male
Income bracket: 50-75k</p>

<p>SAT II: 800 Math II, 770 BioM, 730 US History, 720 World History
AP: 5 Bio, 5 World History, (Projected 5 Calc AB and 4 US History this year)</p>

<p>SAT I: 710 Verbal 700 Math 790 Writing = 2200 (plan to retake for at least 770 in math)</p>

<p>-2 yr National Honor Society (10, 11)
-2 yr Spanish Honor Society (10, 11)
-3 yr Pre-Med Society: Club that holds fundraisers for local hospital and a special curriculum including Medical Terminology, Sports Medicine, Anatomy and Physiology, Pathology, Forensics, Organic Chem., etc. (9, 10, 11)
-1 yr National Science Honor Society (11): w/ school-wide science tutoring program
-1 yr Science Bowl Competition team (11); 2nd at regional competition
-~350 hrs volunteering at local hospital, local museum, summer camp at school, and as an umpire in the local Little League
-JV Soccer (9, 10, 11); co-captain in sophomore and junior yr
-JV Baseball (9, 10)
-Varsity Tennis (11)
-Play piano, trombone, guitar (9yrs, 2 yrs, 4 yrs respectively)</p>

<p>-"Certificate of Academic Excellence" (given to one student in each class) in Honors Human Geography (9), Honors Medical Terminology (9), Spanish II (9), Honors Sports Medicine (9), AP Biology (10), English II (10), Honors Spanish III (10), Chemistry Honors/Pre-AP (11), English III Honors (11), Spanish IV Honors (11)
-Projected National Merit Semifinalist, National Hispanic Scholar
-Duke Univeristy Talent Identification Program State Recognition
-98%ile on level 3 National Spanish Exam (10)
-100%ile (1st in nation)on level 4 National Spanish Exam (11)
-4 consecutive National Federation of Music Clubs "Superior" Piano solos</p>

<p>Senior Schedule
Honors Government/Economics
Honors Organic Chemistry
Honors English
AP Chemistry
AP Statistics
AP Spanish
AP Physics B (maybe :/)</p>

<p>Thanks in advance!</p>

<p>Class rank: top 10%/~275
-More "Certificates of academic excellence" in AP US History (11) and Honors Pathology (11)</p>

<p>I dont know anything but I would say you have a shot :D</p>

<p>Haha, I'm also a Hispanic male! Had to share this :P</p>

<p>Anyways, because of your hook, your chances improve significantly, not that they weren't already good. Your SAT score, unweighted GPA, and class rank are all on par for Brown. As long as you have great essays and decent teacher recommendations, I think you've got a great shot at admission, and will probably be accepted (that isn't 100% definite though!).</p>

<p>Make sure that Brown is your 1st choice though, because if accepted ED, you can't apply anywhere else and you have to accept the amount of financial aid they give you.</p>

<p>Best of luck!</p>

<p>Woohoo thanks</p>

<p>Yay those projected ap scores were right</p>

<p>Bump 10char</p>

<p>Do you have any idea what you want to study? Because if you do, a really specific and genuine "Why Brown" essay could do it for you.</p>

<p>Your ECs are somewhat lacking, but as a URM applying ED, I'd say you have excellent chances.</p>

I've been brainstorming for a while and I think I could have an above average "why brown" essay.
Glassesarechic: lacking as in not enough leadership? Cuz I know :/ I will probably have some sort of position in the science bowl team next year.</p>

<p>Bumpity 10char</p>

<p>1 last bump because I made my commonapp account yesterday!</p>

<p>I would definitely say that you have a chance. You are a URM, your scores are high, and you have decent EC's. Retake the SAT to get a higher score in math though.</p>

<p>Sometimes I wish I wasn't a Caucasian male from the Northeast.</p>