Please Take a Look at My Stats!

<p>I hate to bother everyone with another "chances" thread, especially so late in the game, but I recently began considering applying to Cornell. I had always heard that it was in the "middle of nowhere", there was "nothing to do", etc. But upon doing my own research it actually sounds like a great school that would be a good fit for me in terms of size, location, etc. Anyway, here are my stats:</p>

<p>SAT: 2190 (750 CR, 720 Math, 720 Writing)
ACT: 34 (35 English, 32 Math, 35 Reading, 34 Science)
PSAT: 221 (officially a National Merit Semifinalist)
SAT Subject Tests
Math 2: 800
Literature: 750</p>

<p>Class Rank: 7/318
GPA: 4.59 UW / 3.93 W</p>

<p>Senior Class Courseload:
American Gov't AP
Calculus BC AP
English AP
Spanish AP
Physics B AP</p>

<p>Extracurricular Activities:
P.R.I.D.E. - 11, 12 - Club whose mission is to promote knowledge and appreciation of different ethnicities / cultures
Key Club - 10, 11, 12 - Community service activities in school and the local community
Yearbook - 11 (Academic Section Editor)
Tennis (JV) - 9</p>

Events through Key Club and P.R.I.D.E. (2004-2006)
Jewish Family Service Association - Summer 2005
Cleveland Hillel - Summer 2006
Citizen's Academy (tutoring children) - Summer 2006</p>

<p>Sorry for the long post, but I'd really appreciate any comments! Thanks!</p>

<p>Do you know which college within Cornell you will be applying to?</p>

<p>the College of Arts and Sciences (I don't have a clear direction yet in terms of what I want to do, but I might major in either Political Science, Economics, or maybe even Philosophy)</p>

<p>OK ur flat out stats are well within range...ur ec's are a LITTLE lacking, and ur volunteer work seems pretty good. As long as ur essays, recs, and such are good/great I think you have a pretty good chance of getting in. Apply ED if you know you want to go. Best of luck!</p>

<p>Thanks very much. By the way just to clarify a typo, my GPA is 4.59 W / 3.93 UW.</p>

<p>Academically (the most important factor) you're well within Cornell's range. Extracurricularly you're not at all.</p>