come one, come all and evaluate my chances

<p>Since everyone is jumping on the bandwagon, I thought why not? So here I present you with my not so impressive stats, give me your thoughts and input. </p>

<p>SAT I - 1320 (660 M, 660V)
GPA - 3.6 uw
nothing special for extracuriculars, just volunteering, a few clubs and sports.
good recs and okay essays</p>

<p>school list
Georgia tech
university of Texas - Austin
University of illinois - urbana
Purdue west lafayette - accepted already
I am applying for engineering </p>

<p>Thanks for your replies and help.</p>

<p>give your sat II scores too please cause some schools wont even look at you w/o em</p>

<p>All those schools I listed do not require SAT II's for admission purposes except University of Texas, which requires Math IIC, I got a 630 for that but I ran out of time that's why. I also retook my SATs this week. Hopefully I will get above 1350.
My senior year courses
AP calculus AB
AP Physics B
AP English lit
AP macro/micro economics
Spanish III

<p>BTW I am a international studying in the American school in Singapore. I don't need financial aid. My GPA senior year will be OK, but not very good as I have senioritis. Will they look at senior grades?</p>

<p>Chances at Univ of Texas will be stiff</p>

<p>You should add Univ. of Michigan and Virginia Tech to your list. You'll probably have a good chance for both.</p>

<p>I'm doubtful, however, that you'll get either Georgia Tech or Illinois. I myself decided to drop Illinois off my list since they're out-of-state standards are quite strict (especially for engineering.)</p>

<p>Hey, congrats about your admission to Purdue - from another person whose been accepted too.</p>


<p>I don't know about Michigan -- the rolling period has been active for quite some time now.. so slots available (now) will be incredibly competitive.</p>

<p>more please....</p>