Question

<p>In the past 6 or 7 years, there have only been about two people who have applied to Wharton from our school. Our school sends 7 or 8 people to Penn each year, but pretty much everyone applies to CAS. So pretty much Naviance doesn't have any data to compare with, though my stats are generally better than those who were accepted to CAS. </p>

<p>Two questions:
1) How do I figure out my relative chances for ED?
2) Is it an advantage or disadvantage that nobody from our school really applies to wharton?</p>

<p>1.Maybe some stats would help, but ED is always a benefit.
2.It depends on your school; is it a magnet with rigorous courses? They would appreciate the difficulty of your achievement. Is it a small random school? They would have less to judge you on, but that may/may not be a benefit. Since you say that you are better than most other applicants, I would say it is a disadvantage that adcoms cannot compare you to others easily.</p>

<p>I go to a medium sized private school (approx 115 class size). However, there aren't that many Asian students, and overall most students are strongest in english/history areas, which explains the low Wharton application rate. </p>

<p>I am Asian, btw.</p>