how do I look for Cornell ED?

<p>Hello- how am I looking for ed at Cornell as a math major? </p>

<p>SATS
verbal- 670
math- 800
math IIC- 750
physics- 680
writing-took october 9
High School Grades
GPA: 101.45%
Highest degree of difficulty
APS:
Chemistry 4, Physics B 4, Calc BC 5, Eng Lang/Comp 5
This year: US Hist, Eng Lit, Bio, Stats, French
Sports:
Ice hockey 9-12, captain 11,12
Tennis 9-12, Varsity 11,12 capt. 12
Jobs:
Summer Tennis Camps
Caddy
Volunteering:
Nursing Home 9,10
Youth Hockey Coach 10-12
Bush/Cheney '04 12
Other:
Trumpet player since 4th grade
NSLC Summer 04</p>

<p>Thanks!</p>

<p>bump? please</p>

<p>you have a pretty good shot. can you look at my chances?</p>

<p>I'm ED applying to the college of Human Ecology in Cornell</p>

<p>Race: Indian (Asian)
Gender: Male</p>

<p>GPA: 3.82 (unweighted) (4.0 scale) (missed 10% by .04)
SAT I: 740 math, 690 verbal (plan to retake in November, expecting between 1450-1500)
SAT II: Math IIC - 800, Biology - 680,
Writing, Physics - expecting scores around 700.
Scored over 100 on the AME, qualified for the next round.
AP's: BC Calc - 5, American History - 4, Physics - 4
I am currently taking: AP Spanish, AP Bio, AP Stat, and AP Psychology</p>

<p>Extracurriculars:
School Yearbook - Sophomore, Junior, Senior Editor (9th-12th)
Sports Newspaper - Editor and writer (12th)
Tutoring - spanish and math (11th-12th)
Volunteer work at hospital - around 70 hours so far (11th-12th)
Various Sports: JV tennis (10th), track (9th), ultimate frisbee (11th), and recreational basketball (9th)
Students for Social Justice - (9th-10th)
SHARE (community service club) - (9th, 12th)
Film Club (9th-12th)
Worked at Medical Office over the summer.
Took a 3 week CTY course during summer between 9th and 10th (Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth Summer Program)</p>

<p>Awards/Achievements: (my school doesn't have any honor societies)
Expected AP Scholar
SAT score in 8th grade allowed me participate in CTY program
Scored over 100 on the AME, qualified for next round and got an award</p>

<p><em>I don't know if this might help, but I had a sibling graduate from Cornell and the same college I'm applying to</em></p>