<p>I am planning to apply RD to Fall 2011 term; Im going to be a senior this year.

<p>4.0 Unweighted GPA/ 5.3 weighted
ACT: 33
SAT: 2000
SAT II: US History: 730, Math II: 750</p>

<p>AP Psych (5)
AP Euro (5)
AP US History (5)
AP Environmental Science (5)
AP Calc AB/BC (5)
AP English Lang (4)
AP Microeconomics/ Macroeconomics (senior year)
AP Bio (senior year)
AP Literature (senior year)
AP Government (senior year)
AP Computer Science A (senior year)
4 years of Spanish</p>

<p>Rank 4/909 (I have a big High School)
I've been top 5 in my class throughout all of High School</p>

<p>I started a club at my school and am the current president -raised over $1000 last year for local charity.
I am a senator in my schools NHS chapter
I play on the schools varsity lacrosse team (club level)
I have 200+ service hours</p>

<p>So what does everyone think??</p>

<p>I think you have a good chance--but make sure you show interest, because sometimes the adcoms get inferiority complexes. You should improve your SAT scores to about 2200, though. What was your breakdown?</p>

<p>I had a 740 Math and a 620 CR for the SAT</p>

<p>ACT: 32 math</p>

<p>and 34 reading</p>

<p>Yeah, I think you have a very good chance. Just write a good Why Emory essay, and visit, and order that dumb dvd thing.</p>

<p>An average shot.</p>

<p>Dont submit the SAT I. Just use the ACT score.</p>

<p>If you apply RD, I think you will have around 20% chance to get in.
If you apply ED, I think you will have like a 60% to get in.</p>

<p>You are pretty solid in my opinion. Focus on your essays and teacher recommendations now. If I remember correctly there's two essays, the common and the supplement so you have a good room to write about your academic interests and tell them about you as a person. Be sincere! And do the interview too, I think the interview helped me get in.</p>

<p>Don't submit SAT. Your ACT score is better. Even if you just submit SAT score though, with your high school stat, I believe you are solid. Don't sweat too much. Even if you don't get accepted, you'd get accepted into peer institutions :)</p>