Chances?

<p>I'm applying to the arts and sciences college. Can someone tell me what my chances are? (I'm in Asia)</p>

<p>sat: 1500 - 700v 800m
sat ii: math iiic 800, chemistry 760, writing (november)
AP: Comparative Government 5, US History 4, BC Calculus 3 (5 for AB subscore), English Language 4, Chemistry 5
Currently taking AP Economics (predicted) score of 5 for both micro and macro), AP Biology (predicted score of 5), AP Statistics (predicted score of 5), AP English (predicted score of 3)
TOEFL: 273 (Computer Based)</p>

<p>GPA: 3.549 (unweighted) out of 4
Rank: Top 5-10% out of 200 (4 acceptances to Penn last year, including one for the 7 yr dentist program)</p>

<p>Languages: English(15 yrs), Korean(native), Mandarin(12 yrs), Japanese(2yrs)</p>

<p>Activities:
JV Soccer (9)
Varsity Soccer (10,11)
Manager of Varsity Soccer (12)
Coach at Soccer Clinic (11)
Tae Kwon Do (10,11,12 - black belt 2nd Dan)
Amnesty International (9,10,11,12 - Co-Chair)
National Honor Society (11,12)
School Magazine (12 - section editor)
School Tutoring Center (10,11,12 - Coordinator)</p>

<p>Job Experience (Summer):
TA at University of Seoul (9,10)
Intern at Virus Chaser China Ltd (11)
Volunteer work at DKC Soup Kitchen (11)</p>

<p>Chance of getting in: 80% - 90%. (for ED)</p>

<p>3.54 and still in the top 5-10% hmm....</p>

<p>Well... that's considering the rigor of the courses. Also the class of 2005 in our school sucks, compared to the rest of the school.</p>

<p>How have you been doing Tae-Kwon-Do for three years and already have a 2nd degree black belt...</p>

<p>It took me nearly 8 or 9 years to get mine</p>

<p>Natural aptitude... and I go pratice 3-4 times a week 2 hours each.... and my dad is a tae kwon do instructor and is 5th dan.... :P</p>

<p>Well what you predict to get on your AP's has about absolutely no relevance. Hope you didn't do that on your app (would be viewed as ****y). Other than that you seem solid, although your extra-curriculars are only average. I'd say 60-70% chance.</p>

<p>Yea... i just put the predicted scores because I had to have predicted AP scores from current teachers for one of my safety schools. I'm just curious, is it a lot harder to get in RD than EA?</p>

<p>I wouldn't say a ton harder, but it's harder....the conventional wisdom is that applying early is the equivalent of an 100 point boost on your SATs.</p>