So, I've applied. Will I get FAT envelopes?

<p>I hope I do.</p>


<p>SAT : 1370 (720m 650v)
GPA : 3.908 UW
Rank: 13/199</p>

<p>Korean Male international (but have been living in US for 8 unconsecutive years)</p>

<p>Currently living in South Carolina</p>


Performed at Carnegie Hall.
Chair violist at Carolina Youth Symphony
Chair violist at School
Outstanding String Orchestra Student
Superior (Highest) @ SC solo and ensemble festival
Also had a job playing Viola @ church ceremonies (I get payed $50 for 2 hours!)</p>

I'm really good, but not much public recognition. But everyone who looks at my work knows i'm talented.</p>

Math club (10,11,12)
Beta club
Mu Alpha Theta
Academic Team (12)
Got a 98.5 at AMC 12
2nd place Team at charleston math competition</p>

<p>Volunteer work:</p>

<p>I teach art at local Church (50+ hours)
Peer tutoring
I play my viola at local church
And not so much... Too obsorbed in worrying about my grades</p>

<p>Illinois institue of technology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Purdue University
University of Illinois-UC
Tulane university
University of Rochester</p>

<p>you will get into every single one of the schools listed easy.</p>

<p>Tulane is the only one you have to worry about, and even there you'll probably get in.</p>

<p>Honestly the schools you're applying to aren't tremendously difficult to get in, so I'd say you have a great shot. Maybe you might look into a couple of more reaches.</p>

<p>I agree with az... you're basically in you may want to check out some reaches... unless you're looking into engineering.. then you have some of the best anyway.
The first four focused around the midwest any particular reason? You may want to consider checking out some of the more selective engineering schools if that's what you're going for... good luck I think you'll be getting some serious fat envelopes.</p>

<p>I agree, you can get into better overall schools that those easily. Maybe add Carnegie Mellon, Northwestern (only ED), etc.</p>