<p>Chances at Stanford Early App:
Focus: International Relations, Communications </p>

<p>Current SR at competitive, small, public higschool in FL
Asian Female </p>

<p>SAT I : Math 660 Verbal 780= 1440
SAT II: US Hist 800 Chemistry 660 Writing 770
No Rank
4.0 Unweighted, 4.8 Weighted,
All Aps & Honors classes
10 Aps total by the end of SR year
5/6 classes are APs SR Year
5,5,5 on Euro hist, Us Hist, Lang,
3 on Chem</p>

Yearbook- w/various editorial positions (9,10,11,12)
Class Officer (9,10,11,12)-- various class activities head
*Dist. VP, PRes, (11,12)
*Nat'l Qual. 10
Mu Alpha Theta (11,12)
Phi Beta Chi (11,12)
Spanish Club (9,10,11,12
Nat. Jun. Honor Society President (10)
National Honor Society (11,12)
History Fair (9,10,11,12): Local, State Qualifier </p>

<p>Academic Honors:
Selected for the National Honor Roll (11)
Received a Letter of Commendation from the National Merit Corporation (12)
AP Scholar?
Academic Awards in BIology, Journalism, English, History
2nd place Creative Writing Award- Journalism Workshop Summer 2003 </p>

<p>Community Service (Around 150 hours):
Served as a Teen Court Attorney (9,10,11,12)
Served as a C0-head for class community service project w/All Faiths food bank (11,12)
Congressional Intern (12) </p>

Writer for Teen Newspaper (12)
Writer for Town Newspaper (12) </p>

<p>Other Schools:
Emory </p>

<p>Any other recommendations on schools that are known for their poli sci/int. relations programs?</p>

<p>How about Tufts?</p>

<p>you have a chance, but not a great chance.</p>

<p>In the range but not a shoo in. In fact the whole of your list is quite top heavy with the exception of Emory. You might want to expand your list to include some other matches and safeties.</p>

<p>Stanford is a match/reach for you (as it is for everyone). Your other schools look pretty good. I'd say you have great chances at Georgetown, Northwestern, JHU, and Emory definitely. The Ivies are, of course, always unpredictable. Good luck though!</p>

<p>I think you have a good shot at Stanford-if you want a numerical idea, i would say about 70%.</p>

<p>BTW, you might want to take the SAT II Math IC or IIC. It is STRONGLY recommended by Stanford.</p>

<p>paul, i thought they liked iic?</p>

<p>well yeah, but still ic is better than nothing.</p>

<p>Thank you!</p>