ED Chance, Interested in Economics

<p>I'm from NY and am applying early decision (probably) and I wanted to know what people thought my chances of getting in early or regular are.</p>

-4.0 GPA (102.16 weighted)
-3 APs Junior year (Chem 5, English 4, AP US 5)
-5 APs Senior year (Macroeconomics, English Literature, Government, World History, Calculus AB)
-I come from a small school, around 97 in my graduating class
-Probably 1st in class rank</p>

2240 SAT
780 CR
680 Math
780 Writing
730 Chemistry (SAT II)
800 US History (SAT II)</p>

-Brown belt testing for Black in karate, 6 years+
-Assistant teacher in karate, 3 years
-Captain of Mock Trial Team, participated 4 years
-1st chair Alto Saxophone, Jazz Ensemble won Best in Class in Disney Jazz Celebration contest
-Student Council rep. 4 years running, Treasurer freshman year
-Class Treasurer 3 years
-School volunteer program 4 years
-National Honors Society
-Spanish/French Honors Societies
-~200 hours community service</p>

<p>I am also seriously considering UMich, I have legacy there.</p>

<p>Sounds good, scores are in the range, amp up your essays and hope your recs are great! Which college are you thinking of? CAS?</p>

<p>I’d go with 80% chance of admission for CAS ED.</p>

<p>Great rankings and scores. I also agree that you have very good chances. good luck!!</p>

<p>I’m thinking of CAS, yeah. Now I’m not thinking of applying ED, would it be harder for me to get in regular?</p>

<p>It would be much more difficult.</p>

<p>If you’re decision on applying ED swings from yes to no after one day, don’t apply ED</p>