how am i doing so far? (chances)

<p>High School Sophomore
Sex: Male
Ethnicity: White
Long Island, New York
Current Unweighted GPA: 3.6 - 3.7
Current Weighted GPA: 3.8 - 3.9
PSAT scores: 165 (67 CR, 48 Math, 50 Writing)
Class Rank: Top 10%
SAT II's: World History, Biology E (June 2)
Three AP Exams in May. (Euro, World and Bio)</p>

<p>Freshman Classes Final Grades:</p>

<p>AP World History 9: B+
English 9 Honors: A
Spanish 2: B+
Earth Science Honors: B+
Math A: B
Concert Band: A
Debating: A
Gym: A
Keyboarding for College and Beyond: A </p>

<p>Projected Sophomore Classes Final Grades:</p>

<p>AP World History 10: A
AP European History: A
AP Biology: B
Spanish 3: A
Math AB: B
English 10 Honors: A
Concert Band: A
Gym: A </p>

<p>Junior Year's Classes:</p>

<p>AP US History
AP English Language
AP Environmental Science
AP Human Geography
Symphonic Band
Spanish 4
Math B
Issues of the 21st Century</p>

<p>Projected Unweighted GPA after Sophomore Year: 3.8
Projected Weighted GPA after Sophomore Year: 3.98</p>

<p>Extracurricular Activities:</p>

<p>Varsity Cross Country (10)
Varsity Winter and Spring Track (9,10)
Political Awareness Club (9,10)
Model United Nations - Secretary (9,10)
Academic Quiz Bowl (9,10)
Concert Band - Trumpet, Section Leader (9,10)
Darfur Action Committee - Co-Founder (10)
Relay For Life - Team Member (10)
Barack The Youth Vote - High School State Director of New York/Deputy State Director (10)
NYSSMA Volunteer (10)
Junior Achievement High School Heroes Volunteer Program (10)</p>


<p>AP History Conference Group Presenter (10)
Honor Roll Student (9,10) </p>

<p>Sorry for the long post. Just wondering about how I'm doing so far. I know my PSAT scores are really low but I'll really try to get them up before next October. Thanks guys.</p>

<p>Grades are slightly on the low end, but you still have several years to tick them up a bit. Your PSAT score roughly translates to a 1650 on the SAT. That will probably get you an outright rejection. It seems to be the math that is holding you back. Get some books, a tutor or whatever. Your ECs are very strong and provided you continue, will be an excellent asset.</p>

<p>Focus on those SATs, and soon.</p>

<p>anyone else?</p>