I Got In!

<p>just kidding, haha the deadline isnt due until Nov 1 but.....</p>

<p>I'm a high school senior planning to apply to Boston University ED.
Well, i'm from New Mexico...here r my stats:</p>

SAT 1300 (horrible!)
Top 3% of class</p>

<p>Key Club Pres
Senior Class Secretary
Intern at ER
Intern at Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (last year)
Governor's Advisory Council (Cabinet for youth issues)
Mayor's Water Conservation Alliance
Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce Youth Leadership
House of Represantatives
Youth and Government
Spanish Honor Society
National Honor Society
Piano for 13 years
Girl's Book Group
English Expo
Science Olympiad
Future Problem solving</p>

<p>Major Awards
State Science Fair winner
State Piano Winner
English Expo State Champ 4 years
Other little awards...not anything amazing. </p>

<p>I have LOTS of community service. I also tutored at an at-risk middle school for 5 years. And I tutor a 5th grader and a 5 year old. </p>

<p>I think my test scores will really hurt me...my SATs. I'm taking the SAT IIs in November. </p>

<p>Oh, senior year classes:
Studeng Government
AP Calc
AP Physics
AP ENglish
AP Biology
World History
US History
Gifted Mentorship</p>

<p>People have been telling me that its an advantage as a Asian girl from NM but I dunno...I have good extra curriculars but do you think I will have a chance at Boston
Yale (WAYY reach)
Stanford (Ditto)
UT Austin
Rice (Also reach)

<p>I dont' see how you can do Boston ED as well as Yale EA. But whatever.</p>

<p>To be frank, I have no idea what your chance are. My first instinct was that they were low, because of your low SATs. But then I remembered that SATs were not everything. Your ECs are varied and show commitment. Your class rank and curriculum is above average.</p>

<p>Your chances are definitely above average. I hope you get in.</p>

<p>you CANNOT apply early to Yale and ANOTHER school.</p>

<p>yea, colleges cross reference, if you apply early to more than one you are automatically rejected. The list of "slippers" (such as your situation) is shared amongst a large number of colleges, so other schools can see who applied early to more than one school and make that a factor in their admissions decisions.
be careful</p>

<p>oh, man. if only your standardized test scores were a little higher. your extracurriculars are impressive.. especially the internships. you definitely have a great change at boston. but isn't this thread in the wrong forum?</p>

<p>Do you go to the Albuquerque Academy?</p>

<p>No I go to Sandia.</p>