Chances for Rutgers, NYU, Brown, Penn State, and Yale?

<p>Here's my resume, so to speak.
GPA: 3.9
SAT: 2250. 780 CR, 750 WR, 720 on Math.</p>

<p>AP Classes:
AP Macro: 4 on exam, May 2013
I'm a junior, haven't taken the AP exams for AP Lang, Chem, US History, Psych, and Stats classes I'm taking this year, plus AP Bio, Lit, Music Theory, and European History senior year.</p>

<p>AP Macro: A-
AP Chem: B
AP US History: A-
AP Stats: A+
Ap Lang: A-
Other non-AP classes, I average from an A- to an A+.</p>

<p>Extra Curriculars:
Marching Band 9-12, Drum Major 11-12
Chamber Choir 10-12, President 11-12
Quizbowl Team, 9-12, Captain 11-12
Student Council, 9-12, Treasurer 10+12
Show Choir: 10-12
District Honors Concert Band: 9-10
School Musical: 10-12, Lead Role 12
Science National Honor Society: 11-12, Secretary 11-12
National Honor Society, 11-12</p>

113 Hours doing clinical work at a local hospital
Emergency Room Shadowing at a Hospital in India, 70 Hours
Veteran's Home, 50 hours</p>

<p>Thanks guys!</p>

<p>Pretty good resume. Need more work experience tho. What is your expected major and which colleges are in-statte for you</p>

<p>Rutgers: Match
NYU: match
Brown: Low Reach-Reach
Penn State: Match
Yale: Reach</p>

<p>Rutgers. Low match
Nyu match
Brown reach
Penn match
Yale high reach</p>

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<p>Rutgers you’re in for sure. NYU is a match. Brown, Penn, and Yale are all reaches. Your ECs are kind of generic, but OK. However, these schools are just so hard to get into without something incredible.</p>

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