Hello :)) Help :P

<p>Hi everyone :)</p>

<p>I know that "I am more than my numbers" as they persistently say on collegeboard, but in reality, this numbers do influence a lot on you admission factors.. Since I'm an international student, and cannot get in touch with information first hand (by asking someone who knows, like my teacher, or just visiting college), I am asking you guys for help with estimating my chances ;) If you would help, that would be awesome...</p>

<p>OK, so there's 2 colleges I'm really hoping to get into.. That's Caltech and Harvey Mudd (I would kill for Caltech hahaha :P )</p>

<p>My Sat I result is 1960
Math: 770 (only one thing wrong, and 770 grrrrr :(( )
Writing: 620 (essay:8)
CR: 570</p>

<p>Sat II
Math II 760
Physics 770</p>

<p>I know my science scores are low, but that's because of the fact that usually when things are easy I mess up in some stupid things like 2+2=5 :/
I haven't taken my Toefl yet, I'm taking it this Friday, and aiming at 100-110 on iBT :)</p>

<p>For the high school matter, I'm going to the best science high school in my country, and probably in the whole region. It's programme is really advanced, most of the things we learn, normal people learn at college.. Algebra, Precalculus, Calculus, Geometry, Statistics, etc.. Besides that we have Informatics (Computer science?) and programming (so basically I know Pascal, Delphi, C, C++, C#, SQL, Prolog, Assembler)... We have Physics for 4 years, Astronomy for 1 year, English is 4 years also... I have never had a grade less than A in the end of the school year, so practically my GPA is 4.00 every year. Mid term for senior year GPA will probably also be 4.00 :)</p>

<p>Extracurricular activities</p>

<p>2004 - 2005 Physics I at Petnica Research Centre (it's like a science camp, you spend there about month a year.. they invite you to seminars during the school year and during the summer vacation)
2005 - 2006 Physics II at Petnica Research Centre
2006 - 2007 Molecular Biomedicine II at Petnica Research Centre
2007 - 2008 yet to be enrolled!</p>

<p>International recognitions:
I hold the title of World Year of Physics 2005 Young Ambassador for my country
I was a participator of XI International Astronomy Olympiad</p>

I've been participating in competitions in math and physics for the last 6-7 years on various levels, from school to national. For the last 3 years I've been participating in programming competitions, and was very successful in this field to.. We don't have real science clubs, but we have extra classes in science and I take them.</p>

<p>Other activities:
I'm self taught piano player. I've been playing it for the last two years.
For 4 years I'm a recreational swimmer.
From this year I'm learning Latin.</p>

<p>Work experience:
My father is an engineer, and during the summer holidays I'm usually helping him by either assembling the products he makes (soldering the parts) or by some kind of administration work. I don't know if that counts as work experience?</p>

<p>I think I didn't miss anything.. If there's anything more you would like to know about me, pls do ask.</p>

<p>Thanks for help! :)))</p>

<p>Not sure about Harvey Mudd, but you really should get those test scores up for Caltech. They seem to look at your scores more than the other schools.</p>

<p>as it can be seen frm your sat scores you are good in math and sciences which is more important for caltech than CR( stupid section i did horrible on that too). I think you have a decent shot, don't worry it all depends on luck your efforts are already done</p>

<p>where are you from'?? just wondering..</p>