<p>Hello all! I am a white, male rising senior from northern Mass and I attend a highly competitive private school.</p>

<p>I am thinking about Regular Decision to W&M, I am visiting soon. It looks beautiful. What do you think my chances are OOS?</p>


<p>GPA: 4.0 unweighted, 4.6 weighted (A/A+ on transcript)
Rank: 2-3 / 370
Sats: (2230)
Math- 740
Critical Reading- 740

<p>SAT subject tests:</p>

<p>760 Spanish
740 Physics</p>

<p>I have taken the hardest classes available to me, including 9 APs:
Calc AB
Calc BC
US History 1 and 2
Spanish Language
English Language
English Literature</p>

<p>Extra Curricular activities:</p>

<p>-Freshman/JV division 1 soccer
-Varsity division 1 soccer (Junior/ Senior years)
-Student Leader of "Beverly House" (Community service program) and person who strengthened/widened the scope of the program
-Newspaper (4 years)
-Spanish club (4 years)
-Sophomore Retreat coordinator/ leader
-Eagles Wings Freshman Orientation co-leader
-XBSS (one of six students chosen from grade to meet multiple times a week to plan new activities for to the school that will honor its charisms)
-Co-Leader of School-wide Immigration Initiative
-Ecuador service trip
-Spanish exchange program
-7 years of drum lessons- 3 years of African Hand drumming (studying specifically the djembe), with multiple ensembles
-100 hours of community service for/with NHS
-Little jobs around campus- i.e. filming videos for the admissions office, going to prospective student meetings at houses, blogging, etc.</p>

Summer day camp counselor, in charge of recreational activities at Camp (3 years)
Soccer referee (2 years)</p>


<p>Harvard Book Award
XBSS nomination (one of six students chosen from 370 kids)
Headmasters list three years (a- average or above)
Campus Ministry Award
National Merit Commendation
National Spanish Exam Gold Medals: 2009, 2010
Academic Excellence Awards:
2008: Religious studies, English and history
2009: Religious studies, English, history, chemistry, mathematics
2010: Overall Academic Excellence (English, religion, Calculus)
National Honors Society (3 years)
Foreign Language National Honors Society (3 years)</p>


<p>2 glowing
counselor rec I assume will be OK.</p>

<p>essays will hopefully be good</p>


<p>Impressive stats, I'd say "in", with a good chance at a merit scholarship -- Monroe, at least, and a Murray semi-finalist selection wouldn't be out of the question. Murray is really difficult, but write some really good essays, maybe add a few points to your SAT scores, who knows?</p>

<p>William</a> & Mary - Scholarships</p>

<p>thanks squiddy</p>

<p>Glad you're interested in W&M. You certainly sound like someone who is competitive for admission although any student should keep in mind that W&M admits approx. 30% of its applicants and about 25% of the out-of-state applicants. The classes you've selected, your academic record, your standardized tests and resume appear impressive.</p>