Chances of getting in

<p>I am currently a junior and I'm expecting my GPA to be around a 3.65 weighted. I know that's not the best GPA but I do have a lot of extracurricular activities. I was really lazy my first two years of high school, and I didn't get really motivated until this year and I have found a passion of mine and I want to major in economics, I haven't taken either the SAT or the ACT but I am scheduled to do so, I just want to know what chances I have of getting in.
Extracurricular activities as they will be after I graduate:
4 year member of my school's concert chorus</p>

<p>1 year of Sports Editor in School newspaper</p>

<p>2 years of Leadership Class ( a class at our school that plans all the big events)</p>

<p>2 year member of my school's vocal ensemble</p>

<p>3 year member of Swim Team (3 years of being team captain to)</p>

<p>4 year member of the Lacrosse team (2 years of being team captain)</p>

<p>2 year member of Chain Reaction Youth Leadership Council (It's a student club to raise money for March of Dimes and it's all of the schools in my city running it and you have to be interviewed to get in it, its pretty cool)</p>

<p>Helped create the March of Dimes club at my school</p>

<p>Currently the Student Body Historian (hopefully my senior year I will be student body President or Vice President)</p>

<p>3 year member of Tri-M Music Honors society</p>

<p>Been in my school's musical for 4 years</p>

<p>In the drama production for sophomore and senior year</p>

<p>Member of Thespians troupe for 2 years</p>

<p>Lifeguard over the summer at local country club and I was a counselor for summer camps there</p>

<p>A Counselor in Training at local summer camp</p>

<p>300+community service hours</p>

<p>While no one here can really answer your question or "chance you" - of course you have a shot at getting in!</p>

<p>I feel pretty confident about your ability to get in. Your high school career looks extremely similar to mine if not better considering that I had a 3.4. I got in, though, because I wrote great essays packed with my passion for physics, I interviewed really well, had fantastic letters of recommendation, and come from an extremely underrepresented area (I am the only person I know within about a 150 mile radius). I feel like the most important aspect of the application is to convey your passion. If it economics, explain why you love it and what you intend to do with it, and why UR is an integral part of that process.</p>

<p>You have a good shot based on what you posted. Just do well on your SATs and you should be all set!</p>