Chances for Cornell/MIT/Stanford?

<p>Well, I suspect that each of you has seen about a million of these already, but could you estimate my chances for Stanford, Cornell and MIT? (or really any top engineering school) Thanks! Here come the stats...</p>

<p>Class Rank: 1/206
Unweighted GPA: 98.1
Ethnicity: Caucasian </p>

<p>PSAT: 222- 78 M, 74 R, 70 W (probably NM finalist for NH)
SAT I: 2170- 800 M, 670 R, 700 W
SAT II: Taking Chemistry and Math II in October</p>

<p>AP Tests/College courses: (score) denotes predicted, * denotes taken online</p>

<p>10th grade:
AP Calculus AB: 5</p>

<p>11th grade:
AP Calculus BC<em>: (5)
AP US History: (4-5)
AP Computer Science A</em>: (5)
AP Statistics (5)</p>

<p>12th grade (planned):
AP Physics C Mech/E&M*
AP Microeconomics*
AP Biology
Linear Algebra*
Multivariable Calculus*</p>


<p>Outstanding student awards for:
Spanish I
Wellness (Health)
Freshman Band
Introduction to Chemistry/Physics Honors
AP Calculus AB
AP Statistics
Upperclassmen Jazz Band</p>

<p>Also won:
Outstanding Junior of the Year (schoolwide)
Outstanding Scholar of the Month (2 years in a row, statewide)
JHU National Award for SAT Math (800 8th grade)
Accepted into St. Paul's Advanced Studies Program- going for advanced math
Part of engineering team that won the state competition, went to nationals
I'm project manager next year
Presidential Medal for Community Service
Can't really think of the other ones right now, but they exist :)</p>

<p>ECs/Community Service/Employment:
Music: Played trumpet since age 9. I...
...have gone to NH Allstate (2 years)
...went to All New Englands (1 year) in a professional jazz band
...volunteer for community service fundraisers
...have played taps numerous times, including at friends brother's funeral (KIA in Afgh.)
Alpine Skiing- varsity captain (senior year), state meet twice
National Honor Society (treasurer)
Volunteer at local hospital (2 hrs/week)
Volunteer as AP Calc assistant (when needed)
Work on and off at dad's medical supply business (he's self employed)</p>


<p>Music: I've really done a lot more than kids at my high school normally do. Apparently I was the first one to go to All New Englands in 10 years.
Academics: Took a lot of stuff not readily available to me, guidance counselor says she's giving a good recommendation due to this. Also, the engineering competition looks good.
Heritage: LOTS of people on my mother's side went to Cornell. Apparently I had a relative in the first graduating class.</p>

<p>Well that's about it. Just give me an honest opinion :)</p>

<p>you can NEVER be sure with Stanford, you could be perfect and they would deny you. But I would say you have a really good shot at Cornell and probably MIT as well, you seem to have the whole package. Maybe more community service wouldn't hurt though.</p>

<p>I'd say you have a good shot at Cornell and decent at the others with a strong app and essays. Being from NH is a plus.</p>

<p>very impressive, i think you have amazing shot at Cornell and a good one at the others</p>

<p>Stanford 6%
Cornell 40%
MIT 8%</p>

<p>^ Don't pay attention to him.</p>