nyu, tufts, boston college, complete the list!

<p>Do you think I have a shot at any of these if i apply early or regular? What other colleges should i consider? </p>

<p>I got to a really competitive highschool we're always in the top 20 in the nation </p>

<p>Right now I'm a junior and I should be getting about a 2000 on SAT
verbal: 630
writing: 630
math: 740</p>

<p>GPA: 3.65 </p>

<p>Classes (junior year): Symphonic orch, chem, AP US history, English honors, humanities, gym, AP spanish, Pre-calc, Latin X </p>

<p>classes that I'll probably take as a senior: Symphonic orchestra, ap bio, ap economics, ap govt, SUPA (college english class), creative writing, gym, ap spanish, AB calc, AP stats</p>

- Cummunity Action Committee (treasuer- 11th, secretary- 9th)
- Interculural Unity Club (committee head 9th-11th)
- Writing club (co-editor- 11th)
- Tri-M (music honor society)
- honor society
- Vasity Club
- Peer tutor
- Spanish Club
- Newspaper
- JV field hockey (captain 1oth & 11th)
- Varsity winter track
- Varsity Lacrosse
- horseback riding </p>

- spanish honor society
- Field hockey spirit award
- Editor choice award poetry.com
- published in top poets and poems of 2004
- Who's who among highschool students
- international soceity of who's who of poetry
- 2nd place Gold Haven Equestrian competition
- 2nd place Wheatley Invitational
- latin honor society</p>

<p>thanks for your help!</p>

<p>What do you want to major in?</p>

<p>Based solely on the current selection of NYU, Tufts, and BC, and regardless of major and/or environment considerations, take a look at: Barnard, Fordham, Brandeis, Northeastern, Boston U, Providence, Fairfield, Villanova, St. Joseph's, Stonehill, Wellesley, George Washington, Syracuse, Ithaca and Rochester.</p>

<p>I want something with a good writing program.</p>

<p>oh and i dont plan on doing sports in college so I'm not going to get in based on that</p>