my chances at the ivies (specifically Wharton)

<p>Rising Senior
Asian</p>

<p>Class rank 9/700
GPA 4.0</p>

<p>SAT- 2200
SAT II BIO - 700
SAT II MATH II- 730
AP BIO-5
AP World - 5
Waiting for results in AP U.S., AP Calc BC, AP Physics C</p>

<p>Sports- High School Tennis Player 3 years (Received Outstanding Player of the Year Award)
Made to State and Sectionals for Team Tennis, Won City Championship a few times in Team Tennis</p>

<p>Clubs- National Honor Society-Treasurer, Math Honor Society, French Honor Society, Science Honor Society, Junior Cabinet- Secretary, Reader's Rally, Math Team- Vice President</p>

<p>Summer- Leadership Conference, Summer Internship at local Chamber of Commerce, OLAB & Capstone Leadership Academy (Summer Business programs)</p>

<p>Employment- Tutored elementary student </p>

<p>Applying to some Ivies and schools with undergraduate business programs</p>

<p>Solid resume, but Wharton will be a reach. I would suggest retaking your SATs for some improvement and maybe your SAT IIs as well because they aren't spectacular for top-tier schools. Excellent recs and essays can make up some ground, but Wharton will still be a reach, but you have to remember that it is for just about anyone.</p>

<p>What's your angle? What's your passion? Why do you want to major in business?</p>

<p>Convince me that this isn't a grocery list.</p>

<p>If you're from Alaska, maybe, a well represented state doubtful with those scores.</p>

<p>im also a rising senior, considering upenn for ED. However, im looking at the regular school--not Wharton.</p>

<p>i have an unweighted gpa of around 3.8 (unweighted in all honors at a top privet school) and a whole slew of ECs and leadership positions.</p>

<p>i got 2270 on my sats (CR-700, M-770, W-800) and i am debating whether or not to take them again in the fall. </p>

<p>what do you suggest?</p>