I applied...what do you think?

<p>GPA: 4.56 W/4.0 UW
Rank: 3/500
Asian Female Immigrant from China </p>

<p>Senior Courseload:
AP Government
AP Microeconomics
AP Spanish
AP English
AP Calculus BC
AP Biology</p>

<p>AP Scores: US History-5, Psychology-5, Calc AB-5, Chem-4, Physics B-3 </p>

<p>SAT: 2200 (CR: 760, M: 720, W: 720)<br>
SAT II: 800 Math II, 770 Literature, 710 US History
ACT: 33 (M: 36, R: 35, E: 34, S: 27..ouch..)</p>

-PIANO-winner of international, national, state piano competitions. Guest soloist with five symphonies. Part-time music student at local university under full merit scholarship.
-Youngest member by audition of the university choir
-Student Government: Class president for three years
-National Honor Society
-Academic Decathlon
-Volunteer at local senior home and give solo recitals in various senior homes throughout the city.</p>


-Nominee: Presidential Scholar in the Arts (one of 50 nominated throughout nation)
-Silver Award:NFAA (National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts) youngARTS Awards. There were over 8000 applicants this year. NFAA also invited me to NYC this year for performance in addition to youngARTs week in Miami.
-Winner of an international competition (confidential)
-One of 20 semi-finalists in an international competition chosen from hundreds of contestants all over the world
-1st prize in four concerto competitions
-Finalist in a national competition in NYC
-Accepted to summer music academies in NY and France from applicants internationally ages 18-32.
-1st prizes in competitions and solo performances throughout my state</p>

-Goldman Sachs Youth Prize (national)
-AP Scholar w/Distinction
-Semi-finalist: toyota community scholar
-Third and Fourth Overall places in Academic Decathlon Regional Competitions and Silver in one of the categories.
-top 4 in regionals in mathletes </p>

-Piano accompanist for a city choir
-Piano accompanist for a musical theater
-Piano Accompanist for local church
-Accompanist for a local high school's musical theater
-Private piano teacher</p>

<p>please give me your honest opinions!</p>

<p>oh and i forgot: accepted scea to stanford. waiting to hear from harvard, yale, princeton.</p>

<p>i really appreciate any comments =)</p>

<p>Good grades, good SAT scores, and a pretty amazing sounding music passion. I would say you have as good a shot at Harvard as anyone else.</p>

<p>i think...that you applied.</p>

<p>ha ha..anything else?</p>

<p>wow.. I think you have a very good of chance of getting in.. plus you're already accepted to Stanford. So you shouldn't worry too much.</p>


<p>anyone?? just for fun....</p>

<p>perpetualmotion .. Your name is cool..</p>

<p>I honestly think you're in</p>

<p>wow way to represent CHINA!!!! haha i'll try to do the same as you just not with the piano (i play sports)</p>

<p>crazyazn112-yayyy for china! lol. where are all the places you are applying?? what sport do you play?</p>


<p>Well, if you got into Stanford, you probably have a pretty good shot (as in better than average) at Harvard.</p>


<p>I think you have a great chance. Good luck</p>

<p>scea stanford... i'm jealous
vote yes over no</p>

<p>I think you should wait until March 31st and then check your decision online. Until then, try to do something you've never done before, because the conclusion of senior year is one of the few times in your life when you can get away with that.</p>