<p>hi there. i am an international student wanting to go to jhu. could u please tell me if i stand a chance here.
SAT 1240 1st try
SAT 1380 2nd try (760 math, 620 verbal)</p>

<p>SAT2 math2c 740, writing, bio mol. to be given</p>

<p>high school.
eng lang. 94
math 90+
chemistry 93
biology 96
physics 86</p>

member of the prefectorial council
member of the public speaking club
member of the community service club
member of the badminton team
first prize in art competition city wide
first prize in elocution contest school wide
volunteer work in a charity instituition of disabled kids</p>

<p>i've also given the Alevels with decent grades
my reccomendations are pretty good as well.please advise me accordingly.</p>

<p>You have a chance. A higher SAT would help, because I believe it is a little bit more difficult for a international student to get in. If you really want up your chances, apply ED.</p>

<p>i can't give the SAT again because i'm applying early decision. i hope to score an 800 in the SAT2 biology and a decent score on the SAT 2 writing. my reccomendations are great and i've had volunteer work experience at a charity school for about 6 months. i know i screwed up big time on SAT verbal. i still hope to get in. wish u could give me some advice. do they offer financial aid?</p>

<p>You should still try to take the SAT December or something because if you do don't get in you will be automatically re-evaluated during RD, and an improving SAT score helps a lot!
JHU does offer finacial aid.</p>