<p>ACT: 33 Composite (E: 32, M: 33, R: 32, S: 35, W: 10)</p>

<p>GPA: 3.93 UW</p>

<p>Rank: First Decile</p>

<p>10 AP's out of a possible 13</p>

Varsity Swimming (9-12)
USS Swimming (9-11)
Model United Nations (9-12) President (11, 12)
Science Olympiad (9,12) Captain (12)
National Honors Society (11, 12)
Band (9, 10, 11)</p>

National Merit Semifinalist
AP Scholar w/ Distinction
Varsity Letter Award (9, 10, 11)
Honor Roll
Science Olympiad Regional Silver Medallist
Multiple Model United Nations Awards</p>

<p>Volunteered for 200 Hours</p>

<p>Worked 12 hrs/week over summer as lifeguard</p>

<p>Chances at Dartmouth, Northwestern?</p>

<p>ec's are nothing special.</p>

<p>id say fair chances at best</p>

<p>TANGY - just curious - are you planning on swimming in college?? - I noticed that you swim HS and CLUB - have you considered comparing your times with students at either school - that could possibly give you an extra hook - but if not planning on swimming - it probably won't make much of a difference.</p>

<p>No unfortunately I'm not good enough to swim at most colleges so I don't intend on pursuing it. Thanks for the comments thus far, any others?</p>

<p>Dartmouth ED to have a decent shot, otherwise might be tough. Northwestern you have a better chance.</p>

<p>any others?</p>

<p>I think these folks are undervaluing you a bit.</p>

<p>Varsity Letter Award in sports
Pretty decent award for science
Nice volunteerism
Great UW GPA
Good ACT score</p>

<p>You're clearly pretty well-rounded. I think applying ED to either school you have a pretty good chance, and applying regular to either school you have a fair chance.</p>

<p>ok thanks, anyone else?</p>

<p>What is your sat score? I mean those activties are amazing but if you got a 1400 or 1500 on your sat then that shows you did too much or your school was not hard enough. On the other hand, if you are in the 1800-2000 range..and did those activites you can be more than sure Ivy league schools will be dying to have you. (Remember colleges would rather have well rounded students than students who get 2400 on their sat.)</p>

<p>I think he's just submitting the 33 ACT</p>

<p>I have not taken the SAT yet. Like KCSly said, as of now I am only submitting my ACT. If you are suggesting that my school has severe grade inflation then I would point you to the fact that a 3.9 and a 33 correspond well with each other. I did not do those activities (which are not as great as most here) and have an easy time getting good grades. I had to work very hard to pull off a good GPA and participate in my no, my school is not super easy.</p>

<p>TANGY - even without the SAT you are in GREAT shape to apply where ever you choose - want to be - your ACT is very strong and very valid for the schools your are consideirng - I am sure SAT scores would be similar to the ACT score you already have - value wise - just curious tho - why do you feel the need to take SAT's - except for maybe II's that may be required at some schools?</p>

<p>Oh I am taking the SAT for national merit finalist consideration. Thank you to everyone who commented.</p>