<p>Here Goes</p>

<p>I am a junior interested in studying physics and math</p>

<p>I am from an extremely competitive college prep school that routinely sends 10-15 kids from each class of 80 to the ivies</p>

<p>GPA-3.66 unweighted</p>

AP Computer Science A - 4
AP Computer Science AB - 5
AP US History - 5
AP Chemistry - 4
AP Physics B - 5
AP Calculus AB - 5</p>

<p>SAT - 2250 (M 780, CR 720, W 750)
SAT II's Physics: 800, Math II: 800</p>

<p>Extra Curriculars:
4 year starter on varsity baseball (played extensively outside of school as well)
3 years of varsity basketball
Member of Board of Directors for Rebuilding Together East Bay (organization that rebuilds unsafe homes for the low income elderly population)
Member of Key Committee during Junior year
Appointed Member of the Honor Council for Senior Year
4 year member of math club (will be president as a senior)</p>

<p>Your GPA is a tad low, but everything else looks okay. Nice athletic EC's. You're a low reach, but you definitely have a shot. Try to pick up a tenth on your GPA and a little on your SAT score, the next time around.</p>

<p>Are you going to be taking Calc BC and Phys C? If not, does your school offer them? If your school offers them you should definitely take them. If not, you should mention this in your application. </p>

<p>Your GPA is probably fine as long as those Bs aren't in math/science. If they are, it might be a little worrisome, but not necessarily deadly. </p>

<p>Other than that, not much I can tell you. The rest will depend on your essays and teacher recs.</p>