Low test scores, high HIGH GPA; chances?

<p>Male, NJ
Competitive Private School</p>

<p>SCHOOLS OF CHOICE:
U.Va. & UNC (both EA), W&M, Wake, Lehigh, Fordham, College of New Jersey</p>

<ul>
<li>Rank: 5/222</li>
<li>Cum. GPA (W): 4.78
(My school doesn't UW, but I calculated myself and it was about a 3.96)</li>
<li>Really good transcript, heavy course load (all honors/AP), upward trend in grades, eventually reached straight A+'s junior year</li>
</ul>

<p>Standardized Tests:</p>

<p>ACT: Composite: 29, Eng: 34, Reading: 31, Math: 29, Science 23 (ran outta time...); when I took it again, i went down in everything but went up to a 27 in science ... so schools that superscore the ACT will see that</p>

<p>SAT II: Bio - 730, Latin 610
APs: Bio-5, Eng.-4, Latin-3</p>

<p>ECs:
Mock Trial (Captain, all 4 years)
Future Lawyers Club (President, all 4 years)
National Honors Society (Academic Integrity Committee + Officer, 2 years)
Math Honors Society (Tutor, 3 years)
School Ambassador (2 years)
Paid Work: Sales/Service at a Sports Shop (2 years)
Campus Ministry (Volunteer Work, etc; 4 years)</p>

<p>Ask johnny, he knows everything</p>

<p>Ur ACT isn't even that bad. Let's ask Doc to give a happy quiz</p>

<p>Looks to me like you have a very good chance at nearly all these schools. As you already realize, your test scores could be better, but they aren't nearly as bad as many...</p>

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<p>you ............</p>

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<p>10char</p>

<p>UNC OOS might be a reach with your scores, because it is so competetive for OOS applicants. But I think you are in good shape for the rest. Good luck. :)</p>

<p>more more more!</p>