decided to go ED

<p>here are my stats again: what do you guys think is the chance for ED 1</p>

<p>3.4 with 6 AP's at the number 13 high school in the country according to newsweek magazine.
My Essays I know are excellent, and I'm hoping my letters of rec are really good.
EC: Varsity Tennis, 4 years, team captain senior year
3 Time Scholastic Athlete (obtained 3.6 or better gpa during season)
Link Crew (12)
200+ community service
Unofficial job, started my own car washing business (it may seem odd but I have made a good amount of money)
Junior Statesmen of America Treasurer (12) participant (11 and 12)</p>

<p>I have shown more interest than I think I have shown in anything before this.</p>

<p>Do I really not have a chance? I know I could wow the admissions people at the interview but I don't know if I could make it that far.</p>

<p>btw i have 1450 SAT scores plus my stats above</p>

<p>have you ever thought about furman?</p>

<p>yeah, i didnt really like it when i visted it. atl location is just better and the people are more diverse, im not saying im extreme liberal, but furman is overly conservative</p>

<p>Yeah I was put off by that as well.</p>

<p>well still what does everyone think</p>

<p>I think that the SAT score might offset the GPA, and as I have been told, Emory is in love with ED applicants. I hope we both get in man. We basically represent the potential class on 09' on CC. No love for the southern schools..</p>

<p>Hey, I <3 Southern schools. I'm a native Georgian!</p>

<p>I'll end up at Emory if no other college takes me.. which could be highly likely.</p>

<p>I'm not doing ED, though-- RD for me.</p>

<p>yeah but me and tenacious are non-southerners. we just gotta represent it down their next fall</p>