<p>Please tell me my chances at these colleges:</p>

<p>Penn State-University Park
Purdue University- West Lafayette
Ithaca College
Michigan State</p>

George Mason (In-state, VA)
Virginia Tech
James Madison University
Roanoke College </p>

<p>SAT I: 1270 (600 M 670 V)-Haven't got October scores back yet, but pretty confident that I got at least 1300.
GPA: 3.3 UW, 3.4 W
Have no clue about my Class Rank. </p>

<p>AP: US History 3, AP Lang. and Comp 3</p>

<p>Have taken 6 Honors and 2 APs. Now a senior taking AP Literature and Composition. </p>


<p>Kind of bad, i realize.
2 summers working at a small computer programming business</p>

<p>Playing guitar for 7 years, have been in several bands and played around my area at bars, clubs, parties, etc. Also can play Piano, Bass guitar, and drums. (Is this even considered an extra-curricular)</p>

<p>Chess Club vice pres
Music Club
Film Club
Skate Club</p>

<p>Interested in Psychology major.</p>

<p>Can you suggest other schools? Liberal Arts Colleges?</p>

<p>Sorry if there's any typos or grammatical errors. I was in a rush.</p>

<p>Guitar is an awesome extra curricular, as long as you don't suck. Guitar is my main extra curricular actually. </p>

<p>Did you see rite of string?</p>

<p>bump bump bump</p>

<p>What do you want to major in? Cause I just took a visited Purdue and talked to admissions, and found out that the difficutly of getting in varies based on your major. Exp: Engineering, and veterinary would be harder then say education. I believe they make you declare a major when you apply.</p>

<p>I want to major in Psychology.</p>

<p>no one has any clue?? anything???</p>

<p>I'd say Purdue is a match.</p>

<p>Alright I found out that my class rank is 110/264 placing me in the top 42%. How does this change things. Also, what are my chances at Indiana University Bloomington?</p>

<p>Ah indiana, now that's what im talking about lol. When I talked to admissions they said that instate they generally want you to be in top 50% where Out of state they want you to be in top 1/3. I myself, after talking to students come to believe that if your an out of state student that they would seem to favor you. You seem to have a good SAT score about 200 points over the average, good enough grades, and your out of state. I would say you have a really good shot. Now if you research IU some more and find that you like it, then take a tour and see what you think of it. If you like it then apply. I believe they have an accecptance rate of 81% So as I said before you have a really good shot, i myself would almost consider it a safety for you.</p>

<p>Just got my SAT scores. 660 Verbal 630 Math. Math went up 30, Verbal down 10. Taking the highest scores I have a 1300.</p>