IB Students Chance for McGill, Harvard, Columbia ?

<p>Ok these are my grades at the moment, I'm finishing my 1st year of the IB (International Baccalaureate):</p>

<p>Higher Level: English 6 or 7
Higher Level: Art 6 or 7
Higher Level: History 7
Standard Level: Math 7
Standard Level: Physics 5-6
Standard Level: German 7</p>

<p>Predicted out of 45: 41
Extra Curriculars: (THIS YEAR ONLY)
Varsity Football(Soccer)
Model United Nations- THIMUN Conference
War Child (Charity) Founder and President</p>

<p>I'm finishing my 1st year of the IB (International Baccalaureate) as well and these are my anticipated grades:</p>

<p>Higher Level: English - 6 or7
Higher Level: Art - 7
Higher Level: Economics - 7
Higher Level Math: 6 or 7
Standard Level: Environmental Systems and Societies - 7
Standard Level: French - 5</p>

<p>Extra Curriculars: (Specifically Grade 11)
Varsity Track and Field - Captain
Habitat For Humanity Campus Chapter - Founder and President
Lanka Alzheimer's Foundation Student Group - Leader
The Crucible - Play by Arthur Miller (Role of Thomas Putnam)
Volleyball Intramural Activities</p>

<p>You need to provide a lot more information than this to get an accurate prediction. SAT or ACT scores would be a good start...</p>

<p>i got 1930 on my first SAT try (without studying)
and i also speak a lot of languages ( if that makes any difference)</p>

<p>Well to begin with, IB scores do not matter for US colleges. (I'm positive that they do not matter in Canada either). And also, you should not put McGill on the same line with Harvard, Columbia, or any other ivy leagues. McGill is said to be equivalent to Michigan, at best.</p>

<p>McGill-
McGill does not require SAT. Just make sure you get a high GPA, and you are done. (McGill has about 50% acceptance rate..)</p>

<p>Harvard, Columbia-
1930 SAT is a joke. Yes, you didn't study, but you better get it to over 2200, AT LEAST. You EC is also ridiculous. I hope you have much more than that.</p>

<p>From the information you have provided, any assuming that you get a 2000 SAT, I'd say the realistic goal would be boston college, or colleges of that level.</p>

<p>By the way, how many languages do you speak? I speak 4 and this is not even a hook.</p>