look @ me im just like every other chance!

<p>Well, in the spirit of getting my first SAT score, I decided, for some reason, to post this baby up. Here it is, nice a simple.</p>

<p>School is decent. Sent 3 to stanford last year, 7 to Berkeley, ect. (a few ivies, but relatively isolated because not many apply there. Southern California.)</p>

<p>School doesn't rank but I'd be in top 7% or so... (damn freshman grades)</p>

<p>Freshman GPA (3.6/4) <<I moved cross country day before school started. Notice upward trend.
Soph (4.2/4)W
All years most difficult course load possible.</p>

710M + 680CR + 720W = (2110)</p>

JV Baseball F + S year (tore everything in shoulder and couldn't recover)
Math Tutor
Math Honors Society
ASB Treasurer
Manage money in stock market for a few individuals
Summer science program: biomedical research @ UPenn (great rec)
Taking Econ pre-college classes @ Upenn this summer as well as independent medical research with malaria and related pathogens
Work experience @ Local Orthopedic practice
and Hedgefund</p>

<p>My ECs are focused on what I really like: business/science. Hopefully I conveyed that...</p>

<p>White, jewish living in Socal burbs.
Income bracket = mid-high</p>

<p>ED @ UPenn (LSM program - business + science combo. <3 this program)
UC Berkeley, UCLA, UCSD

<p>Should I retake the SATs? The score listed was my first score but I think I maxed out on CR, can get MAYBE +20 M, and +50W to a just below 2200.</p>

<p>Thanks for the reading and yes, you made it through another one of these half-guiding/half-self-esteem boosting/deflating threads.</p>

<p>please. 10char.</p>

<p>just a simple eval is all i ask. yes, i know these threads are dumb.</p>

<p>Nice upward trend. Very good chances at Cornell, UCLA and UCSD. Unsure on the others. Good luck!</p>

<p>yeah, write some darned well essays my man.</p>

<p>Thanks for the replies. any more thoughts?</p>

<p>BTW, i know exactly what im going to write for the essays so i expect them to be really good.</p>

<p>bump 10chars</p>

<p>a please, im getting desperate, bump.</p>

<p>wow, exact same sat scores, exact same</p>

<p>you should take it again -- i think youre a reach for penn (as well as dartmouth), and a good 60 or 70+ would really help you out</p>

<p>but wait. did you not get a result back? or does lsm not come out until later?</p>

<p>I'm a junior and will be applying ED to that program next year.</p>

<p>i think you have great chances! omg i want to do LSM next year, too. i think you have great chances everywhere cept Penn, where it'll probably be a bit iffy, since LSM is so selective and wharton is really hard to get in. Dartmouth is a bit of a reach too but everything else you'll get into a few of them. good luck!</p>

<p>I think you have chances though you didn't really convey your interest in business/science. The science part clearly though it was all rather geared towards medical science. The stock thing may be of value but it doesn't match the type of business you are aiming towards. I guess it might be a little late to tell you that now since your probably a senior and turned in apps already.</p>

<p>no, im a junior :) </p>

<p>BTW, i'm going to be a research assistant at Mount Sinai medical center and may get something published.</p>

<p>How else can I convey an interest in business? Just write a good essay about it?</p>

<p>hah well I guess it'd depend on where you wanna go in business. My friend he wants to be an entrepreneur, so he's the president of the largest California DECA chapter and he competes with his business plans. He made 1st internationally, and he's starting an ecommerce startup. During one of his presentations his judge gave him his number so they could further talk about his plan. He works in numerous internships in major corporations, and has loads of connections.. but he's a freak so I don't think you have to go to the level he's going at. He's like flunking classes cause he skips out to write his plans and he's a senior. </p>

<p>Though I think that by interning in some businesses you might show more of your interest. Preferably an internship that lets you do real things, like writing plans that will actually be used by the company or help them do marketing research stuff.</p>