do you think I have a chance!?....I WILL CHANCE BACK!!

<p>please let me know if you think I have a chance as a sophomore in college and I WILL DEF CHANCE BACK!</p>

<p>I am a sophomore at Emory University and want to transfer out...</p>

I have a GPA of 3.976 in college
I am an Econ Major and Pre-med
I am the President of a prestigious organization
I volunteered in a community outreach program at a hospital in a developing country
I have outstanding letter of recommendations
I shadowed a neurologist/neurosurgeon/cardiologist this past summer
I am an Eagle scout
I have been on the Deans list 3 semesters in a row</p>

<p>high school: (I don't know if this matters)
I got a 30 on my ACTs
I took 18 AP tests...received a 4 or 5 on eight of them</p>

<p>colleges I am trying to get into:</p>

UC berkley</p>

<p>You should be in at all because you are coming from a great university.</p>

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<p>ur stats are amazing but
it will have extreme Competetion Getting in them
Gud luck</p>

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<p>In berkeley penn and rice. Yale stanford brown duke about 40%. Good luck!</p>

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<p>Thanks for chancing me =)</p>

<p>Yale-mid reach
columbia-low reach
brown-high match
UPenn-low reach
UC berkeley-in</p>

<p>I can only comment on Penn but I think you have a great chance at Penn. </p>

<p>Here's my thread. I applied ED into CAS; I've gotten a lot of disparate feedback but would appreciate an honest opinion.</p>

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<p>Don't worry, you'lll transfer out to a great college university.
I'm applyin to a UC, but my friend from elementary school really wants to go to UCSB. Her GPA is 3.5 weighted, 1800 sats, 630, 650, 700 on sat 2s (math 2, lit, and history) and has a bunch of EC's. she is very smart but she had major health problems during her sophomore year. she wrote about it in her essay too.
what do you think her chances are?</p>

<p>Yale - reach
duke- match
columbia- reach
stanford- reach
rice - match
UPenn - match
UC berkeley - match</p>

<p>Yale= high reach
brown= reach
duke= match
stanford=high reach
UC berkley =high match/low reach</p>

<p>good stats but transferring will be harder than if you were trying to get in as a freshman so I'd say you have a shot but probably not much of one at the upper tier ivies</p>

<p>Yale-mid reach
brown-low reach
columbia-low reach
stanford-mid reach
UPenn-high match
UC berkley-match</p>

<p>don't know too much about transfers but i think you have a great shot considering you have a great gpa at emory. will be hard to transfer as a sophomore though.</p>

<p>not too experienced with chancing transfers, but i'll try my best.</p>

<p>berkeley, penn, rice- in
the rest are reaches</p>

<p>and the above poster is correct about transferring as as sophomore. good luck though!</p>

<p>def, i think transfering is easier than freshman, u come from a top school with great gpa, its like switching from yale to harvard....almost...</p>

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<p>Yale - Reach
duke- Match
columbia- Low-reach
stanford- Reach
brown- Low-match
rice - match
UPenn - High Match
UC berkeley - Match</p>

<p>Thanks for chancing me earlier!</p>

<p>i dont really know that much about transfers but your stats are amazing
Yale-mid reach
brown-low reach
columbia-mid reach
stanford-mid reach
UPenn- low reach
UC berkley-match</p>

<p>good luck!!!!!</p>

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<p>It helps that you're a freshman in college and chanced me. : )</p>

<p>Your GPA is really, really good, and it's from Emory, too. Your extracurriculars sound really solid, the dean's list is impressive, that you're still an Eagle Scout is good, too, and 18 APs wow.</p>

<p>Duke, Rice-match
Yale, Columbia, Stanford-mid reach. But I'm sure you'll get into one of them.
UC Berkeley-high reach
UPenn, Brown-reach</p>

<p>Yale-- reach
brown-- lower reach
duke-- match
columbia-- reach
stanford-- reach
rice-- match
UPenn-- high match
UC berkley-- match</p>

<p>Good Luck!!!</p>

<p>I just got my PSAT back and got a 205 and missed national merit. However, I got a 2270 on the SAT as a sophomore and took it again last saturday and think I got 2300+. Will colleges care if I missed national merit (I muffed the writing section by missing 5 of the last 10 questions)? By the way, I have a great GPA, many APs, and great extracurriculars.</p>

<p>Yale - Reach
Duke - Match
Columbia- Low-reach / Match
Stanford- Low-Reach
Brown- Low-Match
Rice - Match
UPenn - High Match
UC berkeley - Match</p>

<p>you should be good to go...colleges love 2300+ SAT scores...I am pretty sure that those kind of scores are perfect for the top will be good to go even with a bad GPA but yours looks great...good luck</p>

<p>Okay, you chanced me but didn't give me details in your answer. :P Well here I am anyway.</p>

<p>I think Duke and Rice are your best matches!</p>

<p>With a 3.9 at Emory, with your leadership skills as well, I don't see why the other schools should give you too much trouble. But I still think your best bets are Duke and Rice. Duke and Rice are often compared to Emory as "equivalent" schools.</p>

<p>I am curious, though. Why do you want to transfer out of Emory? If I won't like Emory when I get there, I shouldn't be worried about Oxford of Emory, eh?</p>

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