Evaluate my chances please!!!

<p>URGENT Help needed for Indian student in the US </p>

<p>Hello everyone! I wanted to ask if anyone could evaluate my chances of getting into good undergraduate universities. I want to apply for few ivy league colleges and premedical/medical school admissions program. Could you all also suggest good universities where I might have a chance?</p>

<p>these are the colleges- Harvard, Washington University in St louis, Rice, Baylor, University of Texas Pan American, Texas Tech, University of Rochester, George Washington University, New York University, Boston University, Texas A&M Corpus Christi</p>

<p>Here is my resume: -</p>


<p>US high school- junior and senior years</p>

<p>India - freshman and sophomore years</p>

<p>GPA- 102.6915/100, 3.9/4.0
Class Rank- 15/488
SAT I- 800 (Math), 650 (Verbal)</p>


<p>Go to undergraduate/ medical school
Specialize in Neurosurgery/ Cardiac surgery</p>


<p>Junior Year:
Physics B, Biology, Microeconomics, US Government, Statistics, English Language, US History
Summer 2004:
Emergency Medical Technician- Basic (Dual Credit), Calculus 1 (Dual Credit)
Senior Year:
Chemistry, English Literature, Calculus BC</p>


<p>CBIA (Coastal Bend India Association) Youth Group
President senior year
Member junior year
UIL (University Interscholastic League)
President senior year
Member junior year
JETS (Junior Engineering and Technical Society)
President senior year
Member junior year
Physics Club
Vice President senior year
Member junior year
PTSA (Parent Teacher Student Association) Student Advisory Council
Member senior year
MED (Medical Education Discussion forum)
Member senior year
CSR (Coalition for Social Reform)
Member senior and junior years
University Outreach
Member senior and junior years
Career Connections
Member senior and junior years
Environmental Society
Member junior year</p>


<p>Stood 1st in Math, 2nd in Science, 2nd in Physics, 2nd in Chemistry, 2nd in Number Sense competitions at the UIL District meet 2003-2004</p>

<p>Won 14 Trophies, 3 Gold medals, 2 Silver medals and 1 Bronze medal in UIL District level practice meets in Mathematics, Science and Number Sense</p>

<p>Awarded the High school's Distinguished Scholar award in Science and Mathematics 2004</p>

<p>AP Scholar with Distinction in one year</p>

<p>Member National Society of High School Scholars</p>

<p>Nominated for the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine, Who’s Who in America Scholars</p>


<p>National Talent Search Scholarship (sophomore): This is the most prestigious scholarship sponsored by the National Council of Education Research and Training (N.C.E.R.T) awarded to 750 sophomore students nationwide.</p>

<p>School’s Scholar Badge (freshman and sophomore): above 80% combined final average</p>

<p>School Ability Section (freshman and sophomore): Top 30 students selected</p>

<p>1st place Science exhibition (sophomore): Dialysis treatment and on the spot blood group testing</p>

<p>National Mathematical Olympiad (freshman and sophomore) participant: Top 10 students selected.</p>

<p>Delhi Mathematical Olympiad (freshman) participant: Top 20 students selected.</p>

<p>(Sophomore) Inter-House competitions: 1st position in Debate competition, cricket tournament.
(Freshman) Inter-House competitions: 1st position in Computer quiz, Play competition, Spin-a-Yarn competition, and 2nd place Flower Arrangement.
Meritorious position Math, Chemistry, General Knowledge Olympiads 1999-00: Sponsored by Talent Search Institute.</p>


<p>Year round volunteer at Driscoll Children’s Hospital 2004: -
Areas of volunteering- Volunteer Services, Room Service, Information desk, EKG Dept., Recycling, Biomedical Dept
Officer, Volunteer Advisory Council
Manager, Adopt-a Site program</p>

<p>Operation Paintbrush- 2004,
Voter Registration drive- 2004,
Bay fest Volunteer at lost children camp- 2004,
HEB Feast of sharing- 2003,
Corpus Christi Police Department Gift-wrap- 2003,
Annual fundraising event of KEDT TV public broadcasting station- 2003,
Planned Parenthood of South Texas- 2003,
Beach Cleanups- 2003</p>

<p>Radiant School volunteer as a student teacher for under privileged children (720 hours)- 2001, 2002</p>

<p>You've got a good shot for all the schools you've got listed.</p>

<p>If you're doing pre-med, I'd suggest that you add Johns Hopkins to your list.</p>

<p>Yeah I forgot to put John Hopkins there. Thanks for reminding me. Are you doing Premed also? Could you critique the areas of my resume specifically the strong areas and the weak areas?</p>


<p>lol well i guess putting your social life in a back seat to your college resume is going to help you, in employment terms you're 'over-qualified' your a lock at all the schools</p>