<p>Applying Early Decision II</p>

<p>User Name: DaniR09
Gender: F
Location: Texas
College Class Year: 2013
High School: Public
High School Type: sends some grads to top schools</p>


<p>GPA - Unweighted: ??
GPA - Weighted: 3.86
Class Rank: top 25%
Class Size: 460</p>


<p>SAT I Math: 670
SAT I Critical Reading: 750
SAT I Writing: 700
ACT: 30</p>


<p>Significant Extracurriculars: NHS, PALS mentoring program, Leadership Council, German Club, Green Club, Church leader, Choir
Leadership positions: Tutoring Officer of NHS, Teacher Appreciation Committee Head of Leadership Council, Student Leader at church
Athletic Status - list sport and your level: Junior Varsity Women's Golf Team
Volunteer/Service Work: NHS, Volunteering with church, Building houses in Mexico, Mentoring children.</p>

<p>Terrible. I think it's a quite far reach. :(</p>

<p>Its not terrible, and I don't think its a far reach. But it is kinda of a reach.</p>

<p>Don't listen to the dummies on here. Your ACT score sets you into Vanderbilt's range. You'll get in. It's all about the essay.</p>

<p>Hey there's no reason to be disrespectful about it, if you have a different opinion thats fine. And by rereading DaniR09's stats, I think you (DaniR09) have a pretty good shot in getting accepted.
Good Luck</p>

<p>If you get in, it will be because of your essay.
thats about as plain as it gets. you have a chance, but I wouldnt say a good chance unless you have a spectacular essay</p>

<p>It was a really good essay. And my recs will be great. So I'm crossing my fingers.</p>

<p>Lol, I was kidding about my last post.....sorry. I think your chances are good!</p>

<p>ur stats r good? good ecs, ur in?</p>