Hypothetically speaking, are you alright for most colleges if...?

<p>Hypothetically speaking, if one were to get all A's and B's (mostly A's, a few B's, and absolutely nothing lower) in all of your courses which are all Honors and AP, would you be "in" for most colleges?</p>

<p>I'm not talking about the Ivy League or anything. Harvard is a whole lot of something else, lol. I'm talking about the majority of colleges and universities in the United States.</p>

<p>With solid SAT scores, like a 2100 or something along those lines.</p>

<p>I'm not going to get into the nitty gritty about extracurriculars or recommendations or essays, etc. I'm just looking for a blanket type response.</p>

<p>You would be good for almost all state schools, depending on where you live (for example, UNC and UVA are much harder to get into for out of state applicants)</p>

<p>Of course you are. Just looking at the SAT scores a 2100 is in the 96th percentile of kids going to college. There are 1.3 million seniors graduating each year that took that test and most of them are going to college. Besides the top 20 or 30 schools, with mostly A's and a 2100 you are almost automatically in.</p>

<p>Yes, that is good enough for the overwhelming majority of schools.</p>

<p>You would probably be in at most colleges. Maybe not UC Berkeley or UCLA.</p>

<p>hypothetically speaking you would be in fine at 90% of state schools + ECs 95%</p>