chances?

<p>My SAT was extremely low for math - 530. Reading-580 writing- 600
but i have taken 5 APS (psych. environmental science, lit, lang, human geog.)
and applying for HTS degree.
great e.c., many clubs, 2 sports, work, and various community service.
Also wrote great essays.
Gpa is 3.9 weighted
Chances? despite low math score?</p>

<p>Everything is fine except the SAT score.</p>

<p>We can't really tell from the 3.9 weighted if the GPA is in line. We would need to know the unweighted GPA. </p>

<p>But you're not getting in with those SAT scores. You need to raise Math by at least 150, and Reading and Writing by at least 50 to be competitive. It might be too late but you could consider the ACT.</p>

<p>i'm taking the SAT again but i do not think it will raise it 150, i took a Princeton review class and my math went up 10 points despite the amount of practice i put in.
I am also a minority, and have alumni relations ( bro and sis went there couple years back) would that help at all or do i pretty much have no chance?
I did take ACT but without writing and i do not know whether they will accept just m/c ACT but i will send my scores once i receive them</p>

<p>i'm taking the SAT again but i do not think it will raise it 150, i took a Princeton review class and my math went up 10 points despite the amount of practice i put in.
I am also a minority, and have alumni relations ( bro and sis went there couple years back) would that help at all or do i pretty much have no chance?
I did take ACT but without writing and i do not know whether they will accept just m/c ACT but i will send my scores once i receive them</p>

<p>I wouldn't say you have NO chance. I mean, I got in with a 620 math, 620 cr, and 650 writing. My sat's definitely were below average and so was my gpa but I def think my ECs and my essay saved me. And the fact that I'm a minority helped as well. But nevertheless, I would still try as hard as I could to raise the SAT score if I were you.</p>

<p>Georgia Tech accepts around 8000 people, and not everyone of them are in the so-called average SAT or GPA, whatever. I think you will get wait listed and then probably accepted, but who really knows. Just keep your hopes up.</p>

<p>Goodluck</p>