chances for this early graduate

<p>A quick overview:
GPA: 3.5 uw; 4.25 w (7 pt scale and not so good fr. yr)
Rank: 90th percentile 46/458
SAT: 680 M; 500 V (i wasnt feeling well, i dont know if that means anything)
760 M; 560 V
800 M; 660 V
All honors/AP(Eng Lang, US Hist, Stats, Bio, Chem) classes except for electives </p>

<p>EC overview:
- 3 yrs - Youth in Government (officer)
- 3 yrs - Teenage Republicans (president)
- Founder and President of Debate
- Research "training" with prof. through HCOP program
- 700+ hrs of volunteer and a few months of work at subway
- 3 yrs - few other things like Junior Civs, Student gov't, etc</p>

<p>I only need one more year of English to early graduate, so I am taking it at my local comm. college over the summer.</p>

<p>Chances at Duke (engineering), Case Western (engineering), Vanderbilt (engineering), Michigan (engineering), UNC, Wake Forest</p>

<p>Thanks for all your imput</p>

<p>you have an ok chance. the 25-75% sat range for duke's engineering (pratt) is 1450-1550, so your score is ok, but still below average.
your rank isn't anything spectacular, have you taken any sat IIs? duke requires those. what types of volunteer work do you do? if it's something really meaningful then it could obviously help a lot.
i'm really not sure of how they'll look at you graduating a year early, it could show that you're "motivated" or it could somehow work against you. I'd give you a 50-60% chance, take it for what it's worth (admittedly not much)</p>