OMG, I'm worried!

<p>Okay, so far I have this for a record:</p>

<p>Early Action:
Auburn - accepted
UGA - accepted
Boston College - accepted
UNC-Chapel Hill (oos) - accepted
Georgetown - deferred...</p>

Duke - denied
Northwestern - waitlisted</p>

<p>I hear from UVA Friday; Penn, Columbia, Brown, and Dartmouth Monday; and Vandy, USC, Emory, and Georgetown (round 2) sometime soon.</p>

<p>What do you guys think will happen? After the early round I was pretty confident (other than Gtown), but now I'm really worried after Duke and Nwestern...</p>

<p>Some stats:
GPA: 3.77
SAT: 2180 (670cr, 760m, 750w)
SATIIs: 690 math2, 620 chem
ECs: president of habitat for humanity, editor-in-chief of newspaper, vice president of food bank club, on leadership board (site leader) of school community service, president of earth advocates, president and founder of international relations club, instructor for outdoors club, freshman trip group leader, executive board for NHS, 5 school plays...
Essays: common app was amazing, others were good
Recs: teachers were probably good, counselor was probably amazing--he loves me</p>

<p>I'm a white male from georgia.</p>

<p>I know it's overkill to ask now, considering I will know in less than a week from most schools, but I'm just really nervous....</p>

<p>Relax. You already have some excellent choices in-hand. Getting into UNC-CH as an OOS student is awesome. Love your acceptances. You have plenty of options.</p>

<p>Ditto oregonianmom: UNC Chapel Hill is amazing and BC is no slouch school have nothing to be nervous about.....</p>