EDII for an Indian? Chance please.will chance back

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<p>UW: 3.57
W: 4.0
* note about GPA: my grades have had a significant upward trend:
W GPA's- 9th: 3.6 10th: 4.2 (w/ 2 ap's) 11th: 4.3 (with 4 ap's)</p>

<h1>of Ap's: 6 (signed up for 5 more senior year), this is one of the more challenging courses</h1>

<p>Grades in APs: AP World-A, AP Comp Sci- B+, AP US-A, AP Lang-A, AP Chem-B, Stat-A
SAT: 2020 super scored (670 CR, 720 M) ACT: 31
SAT US History: 780
SAT Math Level 2: 770
SAT Biology: 780
Significant EC's + Awards:
Founder and President of the History Honor Society
Member of NHS, Math Honor Society, and Science Honor Society
3rd Place Regional Science Fair
Internship with NASA (VASTS program)
2 month research in India in biotechnology
Lots of hours community service at hospital</p>

<p>also senior year schedule: ap lit, ap comparative, ap bio, ap physics, human anatomy, ap calc ab, engineering physics 2 </p>

<p>btw will be applying to college of arts and sciences</p>

<p>bumpppppppppppp....</p>

<p>I don't like giving negative chances, but since you bumped it, I'll go for it. The UW 3.57 combined with test scores on the lower end of vandy's admissions scale doesn't bode too well for you. I'd guess, considering it's going to be even harder to get in next year, that you maybe could get in ED1 but very little chance regular decision. Get your ACT up 3 points or your SAT math/cr up at least 100.</p>

<p>Also, I'd like to point out how ridiculous "chance me, I'll chance you back" is. If you don't know where you stand in terms of potential admission, you have no idea where someone else is.</p>