<p>Hi! I'm currently a sophomore in an EXTREMELY rural public school in Pennsylvania.</p>
<p>I have a 4.0 UW and I'm ranked 1/130</p>
<p>I will be taking all the AP and honors classes our school offers in addition to self-studying at least 11 APs (4 my sophomore year, 7 my junior year, and ? my senior year)</p>
<p>My main EC is Academic Decathlon and I was 2nd in the state as a sophomore and was nationally ranked (#3) in my division. I will hopefully be first in the state the next two years as well as team captain. I am very passionate about this EC. </p>
<p>I am a varsity athlete on the track and field team.</p>
<p>I am a first-chair musician in our school's orchestra.</p>
<p>I will most likely be NHS and Student Council President.</p>
<p>I volunteer at the hospital and will probably have ~400 hrs</p>
<p>I am a white female.</p>
<p>In regards to my potential major I am torn. I could do one of two things.
1. Medical "Hook"
- Volunteering @ Hospital*
- NIH/HSHSP/something like that next summer
2. Economics "Hook"
- Self-Studied Micro and Macro (and I'm scared I might have only gotten a 4 on<br>
- Could do Economics Summer Program
- Many Econ medals for Acadec*
- Taught Econ to gifted elementary students</p>
<p>I will probably end up doing a mixture of these things no matter what and have already done the things marked with an asterisk. I'm sorry if this seems silly but on other chance me threads everyone with a good chance seemed to have a "path" because it seems like that's what Ivy League schools want sooo advice on this? I suppose I could do both....the only conflict would be the summer (Econ vs. Bio Summer Programs)</p>
This summer volunteering @ hospital, math classes at nearby university, and camp counselor(?)</p>
218 on PSAT (taken cold)
Just took a USH SAT II and will be taking the SAT I in October</p>
<p>My dream school is Princeton</p>