cornell engineering transfer

<p>i already applied to Cornell few months ago as Engineering Physics major.
I applied as spring transfer, which they do not accept, so they bumped me to Fall transfer.
So basically, I applied six months ahead of time.</p>

<p>I'm getting pretty damn anxious, and so I wanted to hear some opinions about my chances.</p>

<p>I'm currently attending community college.</p>

<p>I took all of UC's IGETC requirement with all A's.</p>

<p>And for math and physics,
Calculus 1 - A
Calculus 2 - B
Calculus 3 - taking next semester</p>

<p>Medical Physics 1 - A</p>

<p>Engineering Physics 1 - A-
Engineering Physics 2 - A
Engineering Physics 3 (last course) - next semester</p>

<p>General Chemistry 1 - A
General Chemistry 2 - A
Took both of them with labs</p>

<p>Oh, and I'm taking one engineering course next semester.</p>

<p>Overall GPA is 3.94</p>

<p>As for my SAT's... Well, I got lucky Cornell doesn't require them from transfers.
I took my last one like five years ago, and its too embarrassing to even post them.</p>

<p>I have three recommendation letters. One from Physics prof., chem, and astronomy.</p>

<p>BUT I also have 5 W's
One from flute class... omg
Three from Gen Chem 1 -- our school divided this class as one lec and two labs. They have to be taken together, but divided the units. 3, 1, 1.
And last from precalc.
Good thing is, I retook all of them, except flute, and passed with A's. </p>

<p>I currently finished 94 units.</p>

<p>It depends on how good the community college is but those are pretty good grades! I think you have a good chance!</p>

<p>Hello,
I also want to transfer to Cornell university, but need some advice as to whether my grades are worth it:</p>

<p>I am currently a freshmen (just finished the 1st semester) attending Suny Stony Brook University and am on a Bio-medical Engineering track. I am thinking of transferring to Cornell in the fall of this year. I got rejected when I applied last year (in high school), so I was wondering if I could try again this year...? I took chem 1, Phys 1, calculus 2, and anthropology. I got a 3.2 GPA this semester. I am involved in some extracurricular activities, key club(volunteer organization), SHAC(a health organization) to name two. </p>

<p>so...how are my chances of getting into Cornell?</p>