Okay here goes...</p>

<p>SAT: 1430 (720/710)
SAT II Math IIC: 680 (retaking)
SAT II French: 680
Taking Writing/Math December...</p>

<p>GPA: 4.0 unweighted
Courseload: Most rigorous...
APs and IBs across the board.</p>

Created a marketing/design company (yay for $)
-Innovations in website design and coding <- will revolutionize the web
Research in ion wind propulsion in the above company (hah...I made my own R&D sector...cute eh?)
Used position in above company to teach the underpriveledged at a local university (science, etc)...
Piano, but no notable awards
A few clubs, I'm an officer in all of them, not too notable either</p>

<p>Volunteer Work:
250+, various areas</p>

Rank = top 2%
Essays = good
Recs = should be good</p>

<p>And the colleges...
U. of F.L. Honors (only 'safety')
Upenn Wharton
Emory (maybe)
And...if you have any other colleges in mind feel free to drop a line...</p>


<p>I think you have a real good chance of getting into all those schools.</p>

<p>Tufts? Georgetown? Amherst?</p>

<p>Apply really soon ED to your favorite school, you'd be a lock</p>

<p>Man, your record is definitely impressive. I assume you are going for a business major, in that case go for UPenn Wharton. That's the top notch.</p>

<p>Also, you've got a good chance for some other ivy leagues w/strong business progs, such as Princeton and Harvard. Have you looked at schools out west too? I can't name any (maybe Northwestern)</p>

<p>Give Harvard a go.</p>

<p>Got an AIM screen name?</p>

<p>Thanks for all the advice, especially the schools...I'm kinda clueless as to which ones I should apply to heh...</p>

<p>Duke is a great school but might try some LAC' s like Bowdoin, Holy Cross or Colgate.</p>


<p>if you apply ED, you have like a 70%+ chance of getting in to all the schools</p>


<p>U. of F.L. Honors (only 'safety')-in
Duke-40% chance
Dartmouth-15% chance
Brown-20% chance
Upenn Wharton-10% chance
Emory-75% chance</p>