SAT II = BAD. chance me?

<p>I'm applying for Northwestern, UChicago, Harvard, Cornell and Columbia, and I'm really worried about my chances after I recieved my SAT II scores ( bad day, little sleep).
My info:</p>

<p>Unweighted GPA: 3.9 (out of 4.0)
Weighted GPA: 4.56 (out of 5.0, highest is 4.7)
Rank: 5/604
Hardest courses/AP classes Junior and Senior year</p>

<p>ACT: 33
Math II: 660
Chem: 710</p>

<p>Vice President of Science Olympiad
Vice President of Chinese Club
Tennis 3 years, Varsity 2 years
Math Club, JSA, NHS</p>

<p>Research at U.S Airforce Base this summer, mentors wrote fantastic recs</p>

<p>Piano for 10 years
Statewide and regional winner of awards
$1000+ in award money
performed at Severance Hall
Job as a piano player at a department store, taught piano
Scholarships to summer camps...etc </p>

<p>100+ Volunteer hours, also volunteered during a PTP trip</p>

<p>good essays (made them really personal and showed a lot of passion), good teacher recs</p>

<p>BUT I want to go into ChemE, but my stats for tests (660 and 710 ???) are horrible, in that respective. So I'm kind of REALLY worried..</p>

<p>Can you please help gauge my chances?</p>

<p>I will return the favor :)</p>

<p>Good GPA. ACT isn't stellar but won't hurt. ECs are pretty good. SAT IIs don't hurt too much. GPA matters more.</p>

<p>My (very conservative) predictions:
Northwestern - match
UChicago - low-mid reach
Harvard - high reach
Cornell - match
Columbia - mid-high reach</p>

<p>I can see you at Cornell or Northwestern pretty easily. UChicago is a maybe. Long shots for H and C.</p>

<p>Chance back!
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<p>Northwestern = Match
UChicago = Match
Harvard = Reach (But cmon, is anyone really a match for HYPSM?)
Cornell = Very very low reach
Columbia = Reach</p>

<p>You have a strong GPA, a solid ACT score, and great EC's.
I don't think SAT Subjects play an impacting role in admissions.</p>

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<p>northwestern is a match with a 660 mathiic ? then everybody has to go for stanford with a 700...</p>