PENN NURSING, Chance me?

<p>I'm a white female from a Connecticut public school. I just applied ED to Penn Nursing. I'd just like to have an idea of where I stand in the applicant pool!</p>

<p>GPA: 4.922(Weighted), 4.198(Unweighted)
Class Rank: 2/394
SAT I: 2200 (W 780, M 740, CR 680)
SAT II: 750 Math II, 740 Chemistry
ACT: 31 (ehh)
AP: Chemistry 4, Eng Lang 4, Psych 4 (self-study)</p>

<p>Senior year course load: AP Calc BC, AP Physics C, AP Economics, AP Eng Lit, AP Statistics, UConn Spanish, Honors Government
*All honors/AP courses throughout high school</p>

-Nationally ranked triathlete
-Varsity Cross Country (4yrs), Captain, Participated in National Junior Olympics, All-Conference
-Varsity Indoor Track (4yrs), Captain, School Record holder, All-Conference
-Varsity Outdoor Track (4yrs), Captain, School Record Holder, All-Conference
-Completed Philadelphia marathon & 1/2 Ironman triathlon
-EMT Junior Ambulance Corps (1yr), Chief
-Assistant Coach youth track team (4yrs)
-Health Careers club (2yrs), leader
-Math team member, A team
-Peer tutor (2yrs)
-Volunteer at local hospital (4yrs)</p>

-AP Scholar
-National Honor Society
-National Language Honor Society
-2 school book awards
-AMC high scorer</p>

<p>*Legacy ED
*Had interview at nursing school in April, went well</p>

<p>I'd just like an honest opinion of my chances in the nursing school! Thanks so much and good luck to everyone applying to Penn!</p>

<p>Wow, those objectives are outstanding! Triple captain to top it all off. If you wrote a good essay and have good recs, I would say your chances are good, and I do not say that often. Legacy does help with ED, so I think you will be getting that acceptance letter a month and a week (or so) from now, and I don't say that a lot!</p>

this is why I'm not making it into nursing</p>

<p>thank you! I hope so, I'm freaking out haha :P</p>

<p>does anyone know how many students apply to the nursing school? the associate director of admissions told me a little over 500 applicants - I was just wondering, has this number risen?</p>

<p>500 ED? holy crap</p>

<p>For what it's worth, for the Class of 2014, the overall acceptance rate for the Nursing School was 20%:</p>

<p>The</a> Daily Pennsylvanian :: Nursing School admits 20 percent for 2014</p>

<p>Don't know how much it's changed since then, if at all.</p>

<p>No, not 500 ED, 500 overall. I'm pretty sure about half apply ED. So I've heard.</p>

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<p>Did you hear?! How'd it go!!</p>