<p>Cumulative HS GPA: 2.99 (unweighted)
Cumulative College GPA: 3.7
ACT: Composite- 27
Reading- 31
Writing- 28 Essay: 11/12
Science- 25
Math- 24
Dually enrolled at Bellevue Community College and Garfield High School</p>

<p>SAT: 2100
Math- 720
Reading- 700
Writing- 680 Essay 12/12</p>

Junior State of America- VP; Governor's Cabinet
YMCA Youth Legislature- Asst. Attorney General; Committee Chair; Governor's Candidate (lost by less than 10 votes); Representative of the Year
American Civil Liberties Union- Co-President
Young Democrats- Secretary; Worked on 6 local political campaigns; 3 causes
Parent Teacher Association- Student Representative on the HS PTA Board</p>

<p>My sophomore year GPA was terrible due to family/personal issues and general hatred of high school.</p>

<p>I'm not going to say its impossible because its not, and Im not an admission counselor.... But what I do know is that GPA and rigor is really important to Emory, while everything else is weighted the same. If applying ED or RD is what you really want to do then I would include an explanation of what ever might have been happening at the time. </p>

<p>Was the GPA drop over a period of time or in one specific semester? the answer to that question might help your chances as well...</p>

<p>One other thing is you might want to consider transfering, since you already have college courses. All you need is 30 from an acredited institution and they wont need to see your highschool trascript. The admission coulselor actually told me that it is easier to get in that way, because they know for sure how you can handle college level work. Just somthing to think about.</p>

<p>Best of wishes</p>