My Chances

<p>I'm in state and applying as a physics major. Here are my stats.
WGPA: 4.05
UWGPA: 3.8</p>

SAT: 2080 CR: 770 Math: 710 Writing: 600 SAT (out of 1600): 1480
Math 2: 800
Chemistry: 710 (I'll get it up to an 800 in october)
I'm currently studying for physics and plan on a 750-800</p>

AP Chemistry (4)
AP Calculus AB (plan on taking)
AP Physics (Plan on taking)
AP Biology (plan on taking)
AP Statistics (plan on taking)</p>

<p>Awards: Bausch and Lomb honorary Science award
Member of National Honors Society
Member of National Spanish Honors Society</p>

Math team (10, 11, 12)
Baseball (9, 10, 11) (not varsity)
indoor track (10, 11)
Captain of my physics olympics team (11)
Chemistry Olympiad (11 didn't make it out of northeastern qualifiers)
Kick off Mentor (11, 12)
Chemistry Club (11,12)
Internship at coastal research lab (11,12)</p>

<p>Community Service:
Referee of kids floor hockey (9, 11, 12)
over 150 hours of community service (time spent at coastal research internship also counted towards community service)</p>

<p>also i'm in the top 10% of my class</p>

<p>Well, you exceed the stated requirements by quite a bit:</p>


• combined (critical reasoning & math) SAT-I scores above 1300,
• a weighted high school GPA of "A-" or higher, and
• a high school class rank in the top 10 percent,


<p>So your chances are excellent.</p>

<p>haha, are you posting this to scare the other applicants or to boost you ego?</p>

<p>hahahaha I was thinking the same thing</p>

<p>sorry I should have asked my chances for the honors college</p>

<p>Sorry this is kind of a dumb question :) but are University of Massachusetts-Amherest and Amherst College (as in one of the top LACs in the country) the same school?</p>

<p>no, they're not the same school! <---everything you need to know.</p>

<p>^ Okay, then sorry about that :)! Thanks!</p>