Georgetown...someone give me some advice please

<p>I'd like to know my chances at Georgetown College (and/or the Walsh School of Foreign Service). My GPA is 3.74, I have a 1340 in SATs (670 v, 670 m). I'm taking my SAT IIs in Decemeber (hopefully 650s and above). I've taken 3 APs last year: Micro-4 Macro-5 Euro History-5. I'm taking 3 APs this year: French, Eng Literature, US History. It's basically the hardest cirriculum you can take. Right now, I'm in contention for salutictorian. I'm also in the top 10% of my class.
I've been very active in student government clubs: Junior Class VP, Senior/Junior prom, Secretary and President of the Int. Students' Association. I participated in Habitat for Humanity in Jordan. I'm a secretary for the Doctors Without Borders organization in our school. I'm a member of the National Honor Society. I've also participated in Varsity Wrestling (2 years) and Varsity Soccer (1 year). I also did academic games and knowledge master open. I'm also a certified Arabic GCSE speaker. If you can give some advice, that would be greatly appreciated. Is my SAT score good enough? </p>


<p>You stand a very good shot. The only thing holding you back is your GPA which seems a little low, but your rank will cancel out your GPA. And you SAT need to be pulled up. If you can pull it up a 100 points, you'll have a great shot.</p>

<p>You know what's scary?</p>

<p>Your stats are exactly like mine -- except I am applying for GU EA. 1340 SAT, 2220 on SAT IIs, 3.74(1) GPA, except my senior grades are out. Just your ECs are a bit different, that's all. ;)</p>

<p>If you get into Georgetown, don't forget to try out the many and varied restaurants in the city. I live in the area, and Georgetown has some of the best restaurants in Wash DC. The catch is that they are not cheap.</p>

<p>Your SATs/GPA might bring you down. I have a friend that was rejected last year with great EC's,1400 and a 3.9.
Best of luck</p>