PLEASE! Boston College, NYU, & William and Mary?

<p>Hey! I'm a junior girl in high school in Georgia and I'm looking at colleges! Please give me some specific feedback about my chances to Boston College, NYU, and the College of William and Mary!</p>

Weighted- 4.2
Unweighted- 3.8</p>

Total- 1860</p>

<p><em>Of course I will continue to try and bring these up!</em></p>

<p>Additional Information:
1. I am treasurer and hoping to soon be president of Habitat for Humanity at my school
2. I have taught Sunday school at my church for four years (Catholic)
3. I play competitive soccer and am the captain of my JV team
4. I had the supporting role in my Freshman Drama Showcase production
5. I have been in yearbook class for four years and am now an editor
6. I am Community Service Chair for FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
7. I will have taken seven AP courses by the time I graduate
8. I will have completed five years of a foreign language (spanish)
9. I will have taken at least ten honors courses by the time I graduate </p>

<p>PLEASE GUYS! I would appreciate any insight you might have to offer!!</p>

<p>Thank you all very much for your specific help regarding the chances of my admission to my top colleges!</p>

<p>BU High Match/Low Reach
NYU Low Reach
William and Mary Low Reach</p>

<p>GUYS IM BEGGING YOU! 38 views and 1 response? I would value any opinion you can give! Thanks again!</p>

<p>Your GPA is very good and your extracurriculars similarly good, but your SAT score is a bit low for these schools, though I’m unsure of the standard score in Georgia or your high school, as a New Yorker myself. If you can take them again, maybe bump them up a bit I’d say you’d be a good candidate. As it stands now, I’d say BC was a med/high reach, NYU a mid/low reach, and W&M a lower reach/target. Best of luck to you!</p>

<p>You’re about 300 SAT points away from being really competitive.</p>

<p>W&M, BC reach
NYU match</p>

<p>Good Luck</p>

<p>I think the only thing that’s really lacking is your SAT score. Try to get at LEAST a 2000.</p>