do i have a chance of getting into to Columbia as a biochemistry major?

<p>I'm a Sophomore/Male/Indian. Top five in class in class. GPA: Unweighted-4.4</p>


Honors Biology-A+
World History-A+
Integrated Computer Applications-A
Honors English I-A
German II-A+
Honors Algebra II-A</p>

Honors Precalculus-B+
Honors US History I-A
AP Microeconomics-A
AP Chemistry-B+
German III-A
Honors English II-A-
Honors Orchestra-A</p>

<p>Junior ( expected grades listed):
AP English Language-B+
AP US History-A
AP Biology-A
AP Calculus BC-B+
Honors German IV-A
AP Macroeconomics-A
Honors Orchestra-A</p>

<p>Senior (schedule for next year):
AP Lit
AP Physics
AP German
AP Government and Politics
AP Psychology
AP European History
AP Computer Science
Honors Orchestra</p>

<p>SATs: CR: 740, Math: 790, Writing: 760 (2290)
SAT II's: Math: 750, Chemistry: 700, taking Bio (Expected 700+)
AP Tests: Micro:4, Chem: 4

<p>High School Baseball for all four years of HS
American Legion Baseball all four years
Cross Country since sophomore year (JV captain)
Winter Track since sophomore year
Model UN-Captain as a Senior
German National Honors Society
Mock Trial-since sophomore year
Captain of Chess team since 11th grade
German Club- treasurer
Science League, captain from junior year
Mathletes, Captain as a senior
Chemistry Olympics
100 hours of volunteer service at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
100 hours at Kumon
50 hours American Red Cross
dedicated violinist have played since i was 5. invovled in many smaller out of school orchestras</p>

<p>First, just a quick did you have an unweighted GPA of greater than a 4.0?
Beyond that, your resume looks fantastic. Excellent standardized test scores, excellent grades in a rigorous schedule with a very impressive rank, and also very well-rounded in terms of extracurriculars. As long as your top off your applications with strong recs and essays you should have no problem!</p>

<p>chance back? <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>You have solid stats and extracurriculars. There is a slight downward trend in your gpa, but that is because you have progressively taken harder classes. I think you have as good of a chance as anyone.</p>

<p>@phillipscott-i meant to say weighted, sorry.</p>