Please Chance Me. Thank you.

<p>[ *] SAT I (breakdown): N/A
[ *] ACT: 27
[ *] SAT II: N/A
[ *] Weighted GPA (out of 5.0): 4.833
[ *] Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): N/A
[ *] Senior Year Course Load: AP Calculus AB, AP Psychology, AP English IV, AP Spanish IV, AP Environmental Science
[ *] Extracurriculars (place leadership in parenthesis): Student Government, National Honors Society, Athlete's Committed to Excellence, Principal's Student Advisory Council, Volleyball, Soccer
[ *] Volunteer/Community service: Church and Forest Preserve
[ *] Summer Activities: People to People Leadership Program
[ *] Essays: AMAZING!!
[ *] Teacher Recommendation: Very Good
[ *] Counselor Rec: Very Good
[ *] State (if domestic applicant): Illinois
[ *] School Type: Public, Competitive
[ *] Ethnicity: Asian
[ *] Gender: Male
[ *] Income Bracket: greater than $100,000
[ *] Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): My uncle, my aunt, and two cousins attended University of Michigan.
[ *] Strengths: essays, strength of schedule
[ *] Weaknesses: GPA</p>

<p>what college are you applying to?</p>

<p>I am applying to LAS.</p>

<p>I don't think your GPA is weak, in fact I think it's pretty strong. Your ACT score is what's weak, it's in the lower quartile for UM. I'd try to retake it and get it up at least two points. Just my opinion. I got in with a mediocre/bad GPA but a good test score</p>

<p>Ok. Thank you, UM32194. So with the ACT and GPA right now, what do you think my chances are?</p>

<p>I'm no admissions expert but if I had to guess I'd say a 40% chance because you're OOS and your ACT is low... but like I said if you get it to at least a 29 or 30 (idk if ACT is offered in Jan?) I think your chances get a lot better.</p>

<p>Although your legacy status could help you out a bit.</p>

<p>I've heard legacy is worth a point on your act score.....</p>