I would like it if you chanced me at a few institutions of higher learnings

<p>Chance me please: Boston university, northeastern, rutgers, u Texas at Austin, Boston college, fordham, brandeis</p>

<p>GPA unweighted: about 3.8-3.9
GPA Weighted: between 4.1-4.2
Class Rank: top 10 out of about 550 students</p>

<p>SAT (only taken once without really studying, plan on taking again):
1820 (CR: 600 M: 600 W: 620)</p>

<p>SAT II (might retake, if necessary):
Biology: 740 World History: 640 Math 2: 580
(probably won't submit math (and history if it seems too low) score unless I retake and do better, or if I have to)</p>

<p>ACT: have not taken</p>

<p>AP Exams:
Biology: 5
Statistics: senior year
Chemistry: senior year
Calculus: senior year</p>

<p>High School: fairly decent suburban high school, many well-qualified students (usually a handful of students that get into top notch schools every year)</p>

<p>Classes: have taken honors at all possible opportunities, except one time in freshman year.
So far: 15 honors classes, 1 AP class (full-year), 5 elective/required classes, 4 foreign language classes.
Senior year (not final): 3 AP classes, 2 electives</p>

<p>Grades: roughly 18 A and 6 A-.....as of the end of junior year, I have never got anything under an A-</p>

<p>Extracurricular Activities:
Recreational soccer (since sophomore year)
Youth group (since freshman year, but skipped junior year)
Hindi school (same as youth group)
Dartmouth Community Medical Lectures (since sophomore year)
Debate Team (sophomore year only)
Free Thinkers Club (junior year only)</p>

<p>Community Service/Volunteer:
Tutored other students through peer tutoring program at school
Idk if this counts but I volunteered during 2008 presidential campaign (held up signs, went door-to-door, stuff like that)
Not much else....this is one of my weak (if not the weakest) areas....Idk maybe I'll try volunteering at a hospital in the fall or key club or something just so I can add a little strength</p>

National Honor Society
1st place in Western New England College engineering Competition
St. Anselm Book Award
Best Model UN Delegate
Perfect attendance....?</p>

<p>Also, I have some credits from a local community college</p>

<p>Ethnicity: Indian (of the South Asian variety, not Native American)</p>

<p>Location: NH</p>

<p>If you don't mind doing a few more, here are a few more schools I'm thinking about: tulane, McGill, uconn, Syracuse, loyola (Maryland), George Washington, Drexel, villanova, depaul</p>

<p>Cool username. I can't offer you very much advice on acceptances, but I think I can help you for the subject test scores. For World History, I would recommend using the REA book. The tests are not very accurate, but the review is unbeatable. For mathematics, the Barrons book is the best and the Princeton Review is the most accurate. I would definitely go through the books at least once at Barnes and Nobles or something, and then practice with the Blue book for subject tests. While this may seem like a lot of work, seeing those 800s on the score report makes it well worth your while.</p>

<p>Thanks for the advice</p>

<p>Come on peoples, Chances please!!!</p>