Ivies: Abnormal Extracurriculars, average grades/scores?

<p>Hello, I am a rising senior, interested in applying to many prestigious colleges throughout the United States. As a career, I would love to work at DC. At school, a lot of people say that I have good chances in being accepted to top schools, but I would like to listen to what College Confidential Users have to say. </p>

<p>Chance me to:</p>

Yale ( EA)
Columbia (ED)
WA U in St. Louis</p>

<p>Which school do I have better chances in? ED to Columbia or EA to Yale?</p>

GPA: 3.94/4.00
SAT: 2250 ( taken once)
SAT II: 800 Math II, 750 USH, 780 Bio, 740 WH</p>

<p>AP Score: Calc BC - 5, WH - 4, Bio - 4, English Lang - 4, USH - 5
Taking hard courses available in my school</p>


<p>Key Club:
Hold a state position - District Level ( 11, 12)
Past Division Lieutenant Governor - Division Level ( 10, 11)
Past Key Club Vice President - Club Level ( 9, 10) </p>

<p>County-wide Advisory Group:
President ( 11, 12)
Vice Pres (10)</p>

<p>Student Council:
Class Vice President ( 10, 11, 12)</p>

<p>JSA ( nothing much):
Publicist ( 9, 10)</p>

<p>Model UN:
President ( 11, 12)
Founder ( 11)</p>

Writing Scholastic Award Gold Awards - (3)
State Writing Award - 1st place - earned scholarship
State Community Service Award - earned scholarship
Girl's State - qualified to nationals
Volunteer of the Year - Lions Club - adult community service club similar to Kiwanis and Rotary</p>

<p>Summer Activities:
Paging for State House of Representative
Attended State Leadership Forums - (2)
Girl's State
Earned Occupational Credit</p>

<p>Major: Political Science/ Gov</p>

<p>Thank you for reading. I would appreciate to read any feedback you may have!</p>

<p>Rank is top 5% out of 600 kids.</p>


<p>Would you like to explain the abnormal part? Maybe it's just me but I'm not seeing it</p>

<p>I don't see anything abnormal.
You have a good shot at all schools, but a good shot is far from guaranteed acceptance.</p>

<p>Also, it's logical that you have a better shot at Columbia ED than Yale EA. Some say Yale EA is the most competitive pool out there since schools like Harvard and Princeton don't have early processes. Yale also chooses to defer the vast majority of their applicants to RD, so unless you're an extremely, extremely outstanding candidate, chances are you'll have to wait until RD. You're a strong candidate, but I don't think you're strong enough to be accepted EA. Columbia ED is certainly not a walk in the park either, but logically your shot is better there.</p>

<p>Hello Yelopen, what is your estimated percentage for Columbia if I do ED?</p>

<p>Make sure to improve your SAT score. 2300 + then your chances will be better.</p>