Georgetown Admissions

<p>I have a 97 weighted (95 unweighted) average. I come from a competive school. My junior year courses include AP Biology, AP Language and Composition, AP US, Spanish 4, and Pre-Calculus. These are the most advanced classes that I can take as a junior at my school. I also take Latin as a second foreign language. Last year, I took AP Euro and got a 5 on the exam. I was in the 98th percentile on the PSAT (SI: 208, Verbal:69, Math:60, Writing:79). I hope to put verbal over the 700 mark and get math into the high 600s. An 800 in writing would be nice, but I'd settle with anything above a 750. I have been practicing math and I have been doing much better with it. My ECs include Speech and Debate, Drama Club (Vice President), National Honor Society, and I am the president of the Catholic Youth Organization at my church. I am in the National Spanish and Latin Honor Societies. I am also a Peer Minister at my school. I also volunteered 49 hours this summer at a hospital and I volunteer once a week to help teach second grade religion. I have won some academic awards and I was selected to go on my school's prestigious Leadership Weekend. I also am going on the National Youth Leadership Forum for Medicine this summer. (I want to do Pre-Med.) So...what are my chances?</p>

<p>Does Georgetown give scholarships?</p>

<p>Has only applied EA to Georgetown?</p>

<p>What is Georgetown's average SAT?</p>

<p>These shameless bumps won't win you any friends.</p>

<p>The first and third questions you asked are very easily answered by a trip to either Georgetown's website or Princeton Review's website. The second one can be addressed by visiting the Georgetown section and looking at past threads.</p>

<p>Good luck.</p>