Chances? Rough, mind you

<p>I just want to see the general direction and such, so it's rather lacking and projected at the moment. Either way, any help is considered. I am currently in my junior year.</p>

<p>GPA: 4.53 weighted
Class Rank: Within 10% of 1262. I don't know exactly because either it's withheld or they don't rank anymore.</p>

<p>SATs: 1950-2200, most likely
SAT IIs: Pending</p>

<p>APs: AP Biology, AP Physics B, AP Physics C, AP Computer Science, AP Calculus BC, AP Chemistry, AP US History, AP English, AP Economics. Prediction of at least 4 on most of them due to current abilities. </p>

4.0 GPA at Stony Brook University for the Calculus classes I took. I'll be taking more. </p>

- 200+ Hours volunteer at Hospital
- Spanish Club, 2 years
- French Club, 2 years
- Math Team, 2 years
- Science Olympiad, 2 years
- Volunteer Center, 2 years
- Web Slingers, 3 years
- National Honor Society
There are probably more, but I'm tired at the moment. </p>

<p>Work Related:
- Designed an online game that has lasted for 3 years and still going, with members totaling roughly 1,000 (probably doesn't count for much, but it's what I do)</p>

<p>Notes: My freshman year and the beginning of my sophomore year wasn't that great; it wasn't bad, but it wasn't that great. I suffered severe depression from 8th-mid10th. However, mid10th and beyond I put the valedictorian to shame with my grades - lucky for him and the others that I wasn't doing so well. Do they note such an improvement? And would it be a good move to explain the jump in my essay? I don't play any sports because I just can't, unfortunately. </p>

<p>Recommendations: Outstanding</p>

<p>I know, it's rather rough and projected, but I felt I should at least know where I'm sitting and what areas to push myself to the max. My prospective SAT IIs are biology, US history, and math IIC. I'm confident, especially on the biology, that I'll do well.</p>

<p>Chances? At:
Johns Hopkins
University of Rochester</p>

<p>Helpful advice doesn't hurt. I appreciate any and all comments. Thank you.</p>

<p>Oh. And Colgate too.</p>

<p>Keep it up and you have a great shot at all of those schools</p>

<p>Stellar's right....but i take it JHU will ask for an on that do well, impress em, entertain them with what you have to say and you're in.
Doin Medicine = JHU
Doin Law = W&L all the way
Business = Cornell</p>

<p>and if you plan to go the public school route...consider UVa ;)</p>