<p>chancing someone is hard, since so many different variables come into play when deciding if & how much merit money to give to a potential student. i can't tell you your chances, but i can tell you my information & how much money i got, and you can compare yourself to me.. hope this helps!</p>
<p>female, out of state (NJ)
SAT: 640cr, 670m, 680w (1990 out of 2400)
course load: took 1 AP course in 10th grade, 1 AP in 11th grade, and 4 AP in 12th grade. all other classes were honors-level.
SAT subject tests: 690 on math 2, 790 on US history
extra-curricular: national honor society, rotary interact (community service club) -- exec board & public relations manager, spanish club, volunteered at local hospital</p>
<p>i applied to the honors program and was accepted. i received a community service scholars award in the amount of $10,500 per year. this wasn't exactly an academic scholarship, but i definitely think my grades helped me get this scholarship. in addition to just plain merit/academic scholarships (which usually are in the amount of $2000-4000), they have scholarships for leadership, community service, and music. good luck!</p>