Please chance:)

<p>SAT I:
Math: 680
Reading: 610
Writing: 720</p>

<p>SAT II:
Math: 660
Bio: 640</p>

<p>.... :/</p>

<p>GPA: 3.9875 unweighted
4.477 Weighted</p>

<p>I'm 14 out of 368 students, so top 4%, but my school doesn't report rank. </p>

<p>I have taken all advanced classes during high school. I also took AP english and AP Bio my junior year. This year I am taking AP Lit, AP Calc AB, AP Italian, advanced physics, yearbook, and marketing.</p>

National Honor Society
Italian National Honor Society
5 hours of dance a week since Pre-K
Piano lessons until sophomore year
Relay for life participant all 4 years
Relay for life captain last year
Member of community service club all 4 years
Secretary of community service club junior year
President of community service club senior year
Yearbook staff member junior year
Yearbook editor senior year
Italian club all 4 years
86 hours volunteer work at my church's camp
plenty of hours for soup kitchens, volunteering at thrift stores, salvation army work, etc
Math league all 4 years
Physics league senior year
DECA senior year (regional finalist)</p>

<p>good essays (in my opinion)
good recs (I assume...hopefully)</p>

<p>I'm white, female, from a middle-class family in NJ, public high school</p>


<p>test scores look a lil low but other than that you look good</p>

<p>i think your biggest "negative" is being a white female from New Jersey. As I understand it, BC makes a big deal about diversity, and strives hard to include representation from all groups- racial, religious, geographic, socioeconomic, etc. They get a ton of apps from New England, ny and nj. I know of a young man who applied to BC last year and got in, while he was rejected from other, equally or more competetive colleges. He is an African American male from Lousiana!! Good Luck-- a lot of really smart kids don't get into BC- and to be quite frank, their admissions process has, so far, has not been impressive. People not answering email, etc. Anyway, GOOD LUCK- I think you def have a chance!</p>