Please Chance this HS Junior with Average Stats but High Goals

Race:Asian (Middle Eastern/Pakistan)
High School Rank-44/693
Courses-All Pre AP/AP when ever possible. Will take Chem AP, Bio AP, Calc AB/BC senior year
SAT-1970 (first try with no preparation, will take again soon)
ACT: N/A (Will hopefully take it soon)
ECs:75 hours volunteering and will add 100 more this summer. I volunteer at Baylor Medical Center.
1 Year of Student Council (I didn't really enjoy it since we were basically decorating the whole time).
I also volunteer from time to time at medical events such as Islamic Women's Heart Association
Reseller on Amazon- I have had over 200 orders with a net profit of $5000 in 6 months. I am planning on opening my own online store site this summer and will hopefully involve some charity such as 15% of sales will go towards toys/video games for orphans. </p>

<p>What I want to be?
Surgeon- I really enjoyed volunteering at Baylor and observing the fascinating surgeries. If If I become a doctor, I would definitely choose to be a Surgeon.
Businessman- I don't really know what part of Business I would want to join but selling on Amazon made me really interested in the market and fluctuating values of the various items. Now I am basically able to estimate when an item value will go up and when and item value will go down based on conditions.</p>

<p>Schools I want to apply to:
UT Austin McCombs- I really only want to go to Austin if I get accepted into McCombs.
UTD- I live in Dallas so I will obviously consider going to this school. I would love to get a good scholarship from this school. Also I hear that there is going to be a new 6 year BA/MD program starting this year which is a huge plus if I want to become a doctor.
Rice University- Probably the hardest school to get into on my list but would love to go there.
Boston College- Family Members live in Boston
UMich Ann Arbor- Well known school with good Business Program
College of William and Mary-High Prestige + #1 Public Ivy
Johns Hopkins- Great Pre-Med program
Brown University</p>

<p>So what do you all think? What do you all recommend I should do to increase my chances?</p>

<p>You definitely need to get your SATs up to at least 2100 and I don't know if you have any subject tests? As for ECs, they're very broad and limited. You need some leadership qualities, whether it means starting a business club or founding a organization/club that has to do with medicine. If you're interested in business, I would recommend taking some courses to gain an idea of what part of business you would be interested in. Taking AP economics is not a bad idea either.</p>

<p>thanks for the advice. I'll try to increase my SAT score and try to get better ECs</p>


<p>Wow those are some great schools. I agree with dub4life that the SATs need to improve but I'd say that you have a great shot at Austin and UTD. All the others (especially Hopkins, Brown, and Rice) are reaches.
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<p>can someone tell me the probably the best/highest ranked college I can probably get into with these stats so I can limit my college choices? Thanks in advance!</p>

<p>Would really like more advice. Thanks!</p>


<p>A reach for Michigan ,get that SAT score up, unless you have a high GPA</p>

<p>I probably shoul have included my GPA.
I have a 3.75 uw and 4.7 w</p>

<p>You'll probably need to take the SAT subject tests (in addition to the regular SAT) for Brown. Check it out to be sure, but most Ivies and many other super-competitive schools require them; some let you substitute the ACT instead. If you score at the top levels, you should have a good shot.</p>