Hall chances with my priority number.

<p>I have a priority number in the 460-470 range.
Two of my definite choices are Wildwood and Degraff.
I'd really like to live in Gilchrist, but I don't know if I have a chance at it with my priority number and since I'm not in the honors program.
So from those of you have have actually gone through the experience, do you think I have a shot at it?</p>

<p>I lived in Reynolds last year, and I have to say that if I had to do housing all over again, I would have chosen Salley instead. Reason being, you will be able to get a lot more sleep, since there are separate rooms for the beds and desks, so if your roommate is up late studying...you will be able to sleep in peace! If you don't value sleep, then you should definitely try for those! I'm not sure about Gilchrist, but you could try for another one like Gilchrist (Reynolds, Bryan, etc) instead, since it may have a lot of honors students in it...</p>

<p>At worst, you'll be in whichever of Wildwood or DeGraff is higher on your list.</p>

<p>You have an okay shot at Gilchrist. There's 229 spots in there and not all go to Honors students. And a lot of people that apply probably won't aim for Gilchrist.</p>

<p>just as a comparison. My son had number 35 last year and put Gilchrist as his first choice. he wasn't in the honor program. he did not get it. he got broward. I'd say don't waste your pick on it.</p>