ED Chance?

<p>Applying to Wharton:</p>

<p>Double legacy
No school rank, 1st decile @ public school ranked #1 in the state for three of the four years I attended
GPA: 4.17 (W)</p>

<p>SAT: 800 CR / 750 M / 800 W (2350 superscore)
SAT 2: 800 Math II / 800 Chem / 800 Biology</p>

<p>APs:
Biology - 5
Chemistry - 5
Government and Politics - 5
United States History - 5
European History - 5</p>

<p>-AP Scholar with Distinction
-National Merit Commendation</p>

<p>Senior year AP courses:
AP Physics B
AP Macroeconomics
AP Microeconomics
AP Calculus BC
AP Psychology</p>

<p>decent extracurriculars, essays, and recs. (good, but nothing incredible)</p>

<p>Double legacy + ED + Good Scores = Automatic acceptance...</p>

<p>^ I wouldn't say automatic acceptance but you definitely have a very good chance.</p>

<p>Your username seems familiar...I think I saw a similar chance post before. Anyway, I think you have a very good shot, especially with double legacy applying early decision! It also is amazing how your have a near perfect SAT, perfect SAT IIs, and 5's on every AP you took... I wish I had your test scores!!</p>

<p>I'm just confused about the 4.17 Weighted GPA. How does your school calculate weighted? (My school counts AP as .1 extra credit and honors level as .05.) What is your unweighted?</p>

<p>Also, what do you mean by "decent" ECs, essays, and recs tho? Leadership/evident commitment in extracurriculars would make you even more well-rounded. Any business-related activities/internships or something similar would probably help. Wharton's obviously crazy competitive but, judging by your scores, I would say you are definitely in the ball park. Good luck!</p>

<p>It's a 4.0 scale, honors classes boost each grade by .333 and AP classes by .666 (ex: a regular A is the same an as honors A- or an AP B+)</p>

<p>By decent, I just mean nothing that stands out, but definitely a solid resum</p>