Chances to get in and other questions..

<p>I'm too lazy to give my full "academic profile" ...but this is basically the gist of it:
-(hopefully) will graduate as valedictorian
-as of right now I have a 2020 on SAT
-co-captain of cheerleading, swimming, and tennis
-president of a club at school</p>

<p>Also, what is the religious life like at Wake? I remember reading it was "very Christian"... is that true?</p>

<p>Another question... does the social life revolve around drinking?</p>

<p>thanks yall :)</p>

<p>What APs?
SAT score looks good, might want higher.
On religious life, not as much as you'd think. There are a lot of students that participate in STS, RUF, and other such organizations. But when you come here, don't expect them all to be trying to preach the gospel.
Social life revolves around what you want it to revolve around. But for a great deal of people, it revolves around booze. But seriously, you can do whatever you want. Maybe Ginnyvere can offer better coherent advice.</p>

<p>I'm not sure if my advice will be any more coherent. emsibdn is right, if you want to drink, you can drink, and if you don't want to drink, that's possible, too. I suspect that, for freshman, there's a greater divide between those who do drink and those who don't. In upperclassmen, it's less of a deal. I suppose that the novelty has worn off or something.</p>

<p>As for religious life, a lot of people on campus are involved in some aspect of religious life. But because there are so many different groups, there's also a lot of acceptance for different beliefs. No one is going to bother you if you don't want to get involved in religious life.</p>

<p>I'm hoping to get my SAT up to atleast a 1400. The 2020 is the score from my sophomore year.</p>