I love both Johns Hopkins and UPenn...which do I have a better chance at ED?

<p>I love both Johns Hopkins and Penn--so now where I apply ED to just comes down to where I have a better chance of getting in. </p>

<p>School info:
urban public school
Sent someone to John Hopkins this year so far (with a 1540 SAT (m,w,cr))-- Columbia (with an 1850 SAT) and Cornell (with a 1900 SAT) last year</p>

enrollment: fall 2011
African American Female
Under $60,000 income</p>

Current GPA: 4.0 on a 4.0 scale
Junior Schedule: AP History (4), AP English (4), AP Physics B (dual enrollment-- 8 credits already earned), precal, french III etc etc
Senior Year: AP Calculus AB, AP English, AP Chemistry,</p>

1950 first attempt
630 m, 640 cr, 680 w
SAT II pending
ACT pending...i took practice test and got a 31
SAT II-- US History will be 700+. Math 2 will probably be high 600s-low 700s.</p>

-Student Rep to Board of Education (only student on board)
-County Director for official state student political organization (more than 2,000 members state wide)--worked on '08 and '09 campaigns locally in NJ and in states like Michigan and Pennsylvania.
-Editor (chief)-- school newspaper
-NHS Vice President
-Varsity Soccer
-Vice President of Class (10)
-Financial adviser for an organization (music based--family owned)
--I do not add up my volunteer hours but ive worked in a soup kitchen and for the NHS beaucoup.
-- I am the coordinator at my school in the state quiz bowl we are going to participate in.</p>

-- Student of the Year-- Elks
-- Gold in State Competition (Original Essay)
-- Numerous awards for excellence in an academic subject (within the school)
-- Sports: Greater Middlesex Conference--Academic Award</p>

-- I attended a Saturday program (called saturday scholars) every saturday morning :/ with Rutgers University during my sophomore year
-- Poetry publications at local library
--I want to be an international relations pre-med</p>

LEAD SBI @ UMichigan (UPenn is a partner school in this program) ***** Most important here. LEAD SBI has sent many people to Penn from the partner schools.</p>

<p>I would say John Hopkins would be a better bet.</p>

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<p>Chance me back</p>

<p>Which school has a better international relations program?
I want to be an international relations premed</p>

<p>any other input would be nice</p>



<p>In both fields, Hopkins is a definite winner</p>

I really need to make up my mind now :/</p>

<p>hopkins hands down
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<p>Your best chance is Hopkins, but they may suspect grade inflation: 4.0 GPA doesn’t match your sub-2000 SAT.</p>

<p>@readerman: looks like she was accepted to Johns Hopkins :)</p>