<p>I'm currently a first year at UCI majoring in Environmental Engineering, and I just wanted to know my chances of being accepted into NYU for business. I'm still kind of indecisive about what i should major in so if anyone has any advice, please do say! Below are my stats:</p>

<p>Ethnicity: Asian
High School GPA: 3.74 unweighted</p>

<p>AP's Taken:</p>

<p>English Language and Composition: 4
Environmental Science: 4
Psychology: 5
Microeconomics: 4
Chinese Language and Culture: 5
Statistics: 4
Biology: 5
Calc BC: 5
Calc AB: 5
European History: 4</p>

<p>SAT I</p>

<p>Math: 770
Reading: 650
Writing: 710</p>

<p>SAT MATH II: 800
SAT Chinese with Listening: 750
SAT Bio[M]: 730</p>

English: 32
Math: 33
Reading: 26
Science: 28
Writing: 29
Composite: 30</p>

<p>College GPA (first quarter) 3.075(thing that worries me the most, know its really bad)
Fall Quarter Classes: Macroeconomics(B+), Rhetorical Writing(B+), Intro to Python Programming(B-), Multi-variable Calculus(B)
Winter Quarter Classes: Financial Accounting, Basic Physics, General Chemistry, Multi-variable Calculus(Next level)</p>

Professional Engineering Fraternity
Study Abroad Program at Pei King University in China for 4 weeks
Marketing Intern at Apex Digital for 150 hours
Summer job at Remax Premier Properties for only 2 weeks before going to college
Highschool Technology Program
Club Tennis in college
Dale Carnegie Leadership Camp for 2 weeks</p>

<p>Thank you so much for helping me out!</p>

<p>Stern Business school doesn't accept transfer applicants. I planned on possibly doing the same thing until I found out.</p>

<p>Actually I misread the information on the website.</p>

<p>Stern WILL accept transfer applicants if they are entering either their sophomore or junior years. </p>

<p>Looking at your numbers, I honestly think you have a shot. But you must remember that their transfer acceptance rate is only about 12%. So if you are rejected, don't feel discouraged</p>

<p>lol thanks, you're the first person to give me hope hahahah!</p>