Could I get into NYU? (STERN) What are my chances?

<p>GPA Unweighted: 3.61
Weighted: 3.65</p>

<p>Foreign Language: 4 Years
Science: 5.5 Years: Science Processes, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, AP Bio, Astronomy
Math: 4 Years: Math 1, Math 2, Math 3, Math 4
English 4.5 Years: Honors English 9, Honors 10, Honors 11, AP English
Social Studies 3 Years: Global Studies, AP US History, Phycology, Sociology
Top Quarter of Class
AP Classes: 3 (out of a possible 4 offered) </p>

<p>SAT: 1810 (Retaking, expecting 1900)
Reading: 590 ( Estimated improvement: 650)
Math: 570 (Estimated improvement: 600)
Writing: 650 (Estimated Improvement: 660)</p>

4 Years of Soccer
3 Years of Key Club: Chairmen Senior Year.
4 Years of Sparrow Club.
New Student Ambassador.</p>

<p>With your SAT scores... a big fat NO. Really. You need at least like 2150, usually more.</p>

<p>I'd think about applying to a different NYU school or not NYU at all.</p>

<p>You have a low chance. 3.6 GPA is slightly below average, I believe average is 3.7 or 3.8. You should definitely increase your math score on the SAT.</p>

<p>What year are you?
How are your extra-currics?
Do you have any special circumstances or unique talents or something?</p>

<p>These are all factors that are considered during the admissions process, along with grades + SAT.</p>

<p>Try to get some entrepreneural experience, set up your own business, enroll in some private corps, get some proper first hand experience at locals firms.
Excel in maths and CR (1450/1600 is the least)
Solid ECs, preferably geared towards international entrepreneurship, independence and u shud be fine.
Up ur GPA!</p>

<p>the avg gpa is 3.8, avg math/cr sat score was 1440 as of a few years ago. I'm sure those numbers haven't changed if not gone higher.</p>

<p>With all due respect, I'd reconsider NYU unless those scores go up by at least 250-300 points.</p>

<p>I got rejected to Stern with 4.0 GPA and 2100 SAT.
But my friend got accepted with 3.5 GPA and 2000 SAT, so yea.</p>

<p>Having EC's with key leadership positions is the key.</p>

<p>To be blunt, you're a no for Stern and a very high reach for CAS.</p>