So what are my chances? haha

<p>My first choice for a college is NYU and i have a 1360 SAT (700 V 660 M). I am a Korean and plan on taking Korean SAT II and writing. I got to retake math 1c because i didnt do so well...(630). I transferred school to school because of personal reasons and i didn't do so well in that old school. I had probably a cumulative average of 83-84 since i left in the 2nd semester (two semesters in a year) of my sophomore year. Now in my new school I get grades of like 93-94 (approximation) cumulative average starting from sophomore 2nd year-junior. I just got my 1st report card back from senior year and got a 91.4.
I was just wondering...what my chances were because i am afraid that my old school gpa would negatively affect my chances drastically. I'm planning on applying to NYU regular decision to CAS.</p>

<p>aaaaaah! help! bump</p>

<p>chances are slim. NYU is a top-of-the-line school. Then again, I know not of your situation, which if the "personal reasons" meant some huge conflict, it could serve as an excuse for your low GPA. However, I don't discourage from applying. I wish you the best of luck.</p>


<p>P.S. please evaluate my chances if you have time.</p>

<p>Your SAT puts you right in the average range of accepted students. So you might have a shot, but its not that big of a shot.</p>

<p>Clearly your grades are outstanding and puts you right up there with the best students in the nation. While NYU's a very selective school, I would say that you can put it as your safety. The only question remains: will they give you full scholarship?</p>