Done with applications! Now, time to chance me! (I'll chance you back too!)

<p>School: Competitive public (#100 on Newsweek ranking, #250 on Washington Post)
State: TN
Race/Gender: Asian Female
Income Bracket: 250k+</p>

<p>GPA: 3.7 UW, 4.26 W
SAT I: 800 CR, 780 M, 780 W
ACT: 35
SAT II: 800 US History, 750 Bio E, 730 Math II
Rank: Top 7%</p>

<p>AP Classes: Completed 6, passed 7 AP tests (AP Euro - 5, AP English Lit - 5, AP Calc -3, APUSH - 5, AP Physics - 3, AP Bio -5, AP Lang - 4)</p>

<p>Senior year schedule:</p>

<p>AP Econ/Gov (We go to each class every other day)
AP Spanish V
AP Psych
AP Stat
Anatomy Honors
Great Books (Standard-level class, but I think I can get a rec letter from teacher explaining what it is)</p>

<p>Also taking Geography and Philosophy through dual enrollment.</p>

<p>Additionally, I took three college classes during the summer, with two through Gov School summer program (Religion, Music) and another through dual enrollment (Microecon). Got A's in all three classes.</p>


<li>Debate team ("Technical adviser" - in charge of handling evidence and stuff)</li>
<li>Quiz Bowl team (Restarted team, Captain)</li>
<li>Volunteered 150 hours at Youth Encouragement Services, program that works with at-risk, inner-city kids</li>
<li>Peer Tutor, 100 hours</li>
<li>Youth In Government Club - Attended Youth Legislature four years and Model UN two years, have positions (Blue Hour Floor Leader for Youth Leg, part of Secretariat for Model UN)</li>
<li>Played Cello, six years</li>
<li>"Resume adviser"</li>
<li>Math Team/Mu Alpha Theta (Uhhh...wrote prealgebra test. Also won a fairly prestigious math award by scoring in the" top 50" out of 600 test takers.)</li>


<li>National Merit Semi-Finalist</li>
<li>National Spanish Exam Gold Award (95% and above) - three years</li>
<li>Selected for TN's Governor's School for the Humanities (< 25% acceptance rate)</li>
<li>Top 5 in National History Bee for TN</li>
<li>Top 10% for school during last three years</li>
<li>AP Scholar with Distinction (lol)</li>


<p>Downward trend. ): I had an incredibly rough year last year, unfortunately. I am planning on making this up through my midyear reports. If they don't reject me before then, that is. I got a 3.7 this semester.</p>


<li>Barnard College</li>
<li>Bowdoin College</li>
<li>Brown University</li>
<li>Carnegie Mellon University</li>
<li>Claremont McKenna College</li>
<li>Emory University</li>
<li>New York University</li>
<li>Rice University</li>
<li>Swarthmore College</li>
<li>University of Chicago</li>
<li>University of Southern California</li>
<li>Vanderbilt University</li>
<li>Wellesley College </li>

<p>(Don't worry; I have safeties and I already got into one of them)</p>

<p>Bump? /10char</p>

<p>Hey, you have an very good curriculum. You ARE IN in most of them.
Now, chance me back hahaha</p>

<p>I'm brazilian
GPA: 3.96 out of 4.00
SAT Math: 680
SAT Critical Reading: 430</p>


Hey, you have an very good curriculum. You ARE IN in most of them.
Now, chance me back hahaha


<p>Where are you applying to school? Haha</p>

<p>I'd say everything but Brown, UChicago and USC looks very very very good. You still have decent shots at them, too. Your GPA is NOT low and you SAT scores should more than make up for it.
<a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>Chicago, Brown: Reach
Swarthmore: Reach because unpredictable</p>

<p>You have decent/good/great chances at other colleges.</p>

<p>Good luck to you!</p>

<p>I still don't understand why people with your grades and scores would make a chance me thread. I think you already know more or less which schools will be more difficult and so forth. I, on the other hand am a more unpredictable applicant since I am an international student and applying for fin aid. Some things are to my benefit while others could crush my acceptance to all my schools. To sum up, you will do great!</p>

<p>Chance me? <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>^ If you are that unpredictable, I don't think there's much I can do to chance you. :)</p>

<p>For Purdue hahahha now chance me "chaosakita"! hahaha</p>

<p>University of Texas at Austin too</p>

<p>I think you have a good chance at Purdue. I think UT is a reach for you, given your test scores.</p>

<p>Yeah, the same that i was thinking, thank you!</p>

<p>You're welcome. </p>


<p>You will probably only be rejected by Brown, Rice, and Chicago. You may even get into Rice and Chicago though.
Chance back? <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

nyu/usc- high to mid match </p>

<p>Can you chance my cousin for UCLA please? Basics for my cousin. She is applying as a freshman:
~ Rising Senior, Female.
~ Resides in Castro Valley, CA- Bay Area
~ Half Filipino and Half Caucasian decent. URM?
~ Family income around $130,000</p>

<p>Academic Stuff
~ Unweighted - 3.87
~ Weighted - 4.20 (10-12 and 9-12) - Climbed Every Semester 10-12
~ SAT - 2000
~ SAT 2 - Not so good - Statistics: 670, Biology: 640
~ 4 on AP Biology, 3 on AP United States History, 3 on AP Statistics, 4 on AP Art History, 3 on AP Chemistry, 4 on AP Spanish
She took anatomy and physiology in her high school, and is currently taking microbiology at a community college right now
She plans to take pre-calculus, AP studio art, AP Enviromental science and honors american lit in her senior year. </p>

<p>EC and Awards
~ 3 Years Varsity Wrestling (Placed 10th in North Coast regionals)
~ 4 Years Catholic Church fellowship
~ Currently volunteering at a hospital. Her goal is to major in the humanities or social sciences and go to grad school in those related fields.
~ Tutoring Neighborhood Kids
~ Tutoring Club at High School - 2 Years</p>

<p>These are her target schools: UCLA, UCI, UCD, Umich, University of Wisconsin-Madison, SDSU, University of San Francisco, Dominican University, Boston University, Umass, CSU east bay, University of San Diego, San Francisco State, San Jose State, Sac State </p>

<p>She plans to major in asian american studies or philosophy</p>

<p>What are going to be her safety, match, and reach schools? </p>

<p>PS -if anything is unclear, feel free to ask! Thanks again!</p>

<p>@Pinoiako916: I can chance you back, but could you please post in a new thread? Thanks.</p>

<p>@chaosakita-<a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>First off, congratulations on the fantastic stats! They are surely something to be proud of. ECs look typical but strong, and GPA is decent. I think you are pretty much in at most of your schools, and only Brown and UChicago are unpredictable. Especially for those two schools in particular, your essays are especially important.
By the way, thanks for the chance on my thread! :)</p>

<p>@asdfjklkj- can you chance my cousin please?</p>

<p>Your stat's are strong, but then again, UChicago and Brown are always quite unpredictable. You're in for all of the others though.</p>

<p>UNIVERSITY CHOICES (by order of preference)
1. MIT (applying for financial aid)
2. Berkeley
3. Stanford
4. Princeton (Applying for financial aid)
5. Cornell
6. Harvard (Applying for financial aid)
7. Georgia Tech
Btw, I'm applying as a mechanical engineering major for all the unis.</p>

<p>SAT (One Sitting)
CR: 650
M: 800
W: 740 (Essay 12)</p>

<p>SAT II (One Sitting)
Chemistry: 780
Maths Lvl 2: 770
Physics: 790</p>

<p>TOEFL (I'm an international student): 113/120</p>

<p>IB PREDICTED GRADES (If applicable)
Physics HL: 6
Chemistry HL: 7
Maths HL: 7
Business & Management SL: 7
English A1 SL: 7
Mandarin SL: 7</p>

<p>GPA: 4.21 (weighted)
Rank: Our school doesn't rank but I'm in the top 1%</p>

Counselor: Awesome
Chemistry Teacher: Awesome
Physics Teacher: Good
Business Teacher: Generic</p>

<p>AWARDS (Not that much...)
First in my country for the IGCSE Additional Maths exam
Science related prizes from my school every year
Service honor (Patrons of the award include Nelson Mandela, The Duke of York)
Outstanding Scholastic Achievement award
English Literature related prizes
2-Year Academic Scholarship Recipient</p>

School Orchestra - Since Grade 6 - Concertmaster since Grade 11
Chamber Orchestra - Since Grade 9 - Violin I
Band - Since Grade 6 - Drummer (Played in several charity events, parties and restaurants)
Musical Productions - Grade 9 ~ Grade 11 - Violinist and Drummer
Musical Charity Events - Since Grade 11
Went to Kenya for 3 weeks to build a library with 40 other Kenyan and international students (Grade 10)
Went to a local island for 2.5 weeks to build a shelter for the locals affected by the Tsunami (Grade 9)
Founder and Chairperson of the Student Executive Committee
- Implemented an environmental policy
- Organized a leadership training camp for students in grade 6 - 8
- Organized the graduation dinner for the previous senior students
- Currently planning an event to promote internationalism in our school
Member of an organizing committee for an international conference taking place
- In charge of musical and dramatic acts
Organized a charity for Kenya
- Collected an excess in donations. The excess was donated to local orphanages.</p>

CommonApp: 8/10
Supplements: 9/10 (Especially the Harvard and Cornell essays)
UC essays: 7/10
MIT: I genuinely have no idea. But I was honest so okay I guess?
Georgia Tech: 7/10</p>