Chances of getting into my choice of colleges

<p>O.K. first off, I know you guys can't realistically tell me if I will get into these schools, but I'd really like to hear some non-biased opinions of my chances since I don't really trust everyone who says "Oh well you're smart, you'll get in". So here's my information.</p>

<p>I'm a white female who will be entering senior year this fall.
Academics: 98 average weighted (I'm not sure what it is unweighted)
My school is ranked number one in Western New York
I've taken four AP tests (one of which I didn't take the class for). I received a 4 on AP European History, a 5 on AP American History, a 5 on AP English, and a 5 on AP Chemistry. I've also taken Calculus I and II at the University of Buffalo for college credits.
Senior year I will be taking AP English Literature, AP Biology, AP Statistics, Economics, French I (I completed Spanish 1-6 but can't fit AP Spanish into my schedule), and Multi-variable Calculus and Linear Algebra at UB.</p>

<p>SAT: math- 800
reading- 730
writing- 690
SAT Math I- 750
SAT Chemistry- 700</p>

<p>Awards:
Rochester Institute of Technology Computational Award
Scholastic Awards in Physics, English, Spanish, Biology, and History (all from different years)</p>

<p>School Activities:
Peer Helper (11) – peer mentoring
Book Club (11)
Quiz Bowl (9, 10)
Service Club (10, 11)
School Service (10, 11) – baccalaureate set up, art room set up</p>

<p>Community Activities:
Westminster Presbyterian Church Youth Group (9, 10, 11)
Sunday School Teaching Assistant (9, 10, 11)
Community Service (9, 10, 11) – mission trip to East Sumner, Maine;
Pie baking to raise church funds; Allentown Art Festival parking director for church parking lot; 150 hours total</p>

<p>Employment:
I work for a single mother's home business setting up for events such as weddings.</p>

<p>Here's the list of schools I've looked at:
MIT, Harvard, Boston University, Northeastern, NYU, Stony Brook, University of Michigan, Notre Dame, University of Chicago, Duke, Georgetown, Carnegie Melon, and Cornell.</p>

<p>Thanks so much for your help</p>

<p>Retake the SAT. You can do better on the reading/writing part if you got a 5 in AP Lang. Your GPA might be problematic if that's what it is weighted.</p>

<p>Really good community service stuff and job, but your school activities are subpar. Get a leadership role, or found a club this year.</p>

<p>I don't think you have a great chance at MIT, Harvard, or University of Chicago. U of M and Northeastern look likely.</p>

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<p>Most likely acceptances at Boston University, Northeastern, NYU, Stony Brook, University of Michigan, Notre Dame, and Carnegie Melon.</p>

<p>It appears that relatively low SAT and SAT II scores in addition to the lack of consistent extracurricular activities may hinder your acceptance at MIT, Harvard, UChicago, Duke, and Cornell.</p>

<p>O.K. thanks guys, and to yaintime21, I'm one of the top students in my year, our course load is pretty intense compared to the rest of the schools in the area. Will that affect their decision at all? And yeah, I wasn't expecting to get into the top schools on my list; my parents just wanted me to apply. This was mostly just a reassurance of what I already knew.</p>