What are my chances, two possibilities?

<p>First option
GPA: 3.69 unweighted, 4.13 weighted
SAT I: 1590
SAT II: IIC: 800, Writing: 800, French: 800
AP: BC Calculus: 5, US History: 5, English Lit: 5, English Lang: 5, Statistics: 5, French Lit: 4, French Lang: 5, Psychology: 5
Mediocre EC's and recs
Finished BC Calculus in math</p>

<p>Second option
GPA: 3.90 unweighted, 4.29 weighted
SAT I: 1590
SAT II: IIC: 800, Writing: 800, French: 800
AP: AB Calculus: 5, US History: 5, English Lit: 5, English Lang: 5, Statistics: 5, French Lit: 4, French Lang: 5, Psychology: 5
Mediocre EC's and recs
Finished AB Calculus in math</p>

<p>This is nice (and useless) speculation on what might have been. The story here is that I took the highest lane in math every year, just because I was expected to take all the most advanced classes. I ended up getting straight B's and one C, dropping my GPA from the second to the first, since A's in the lower lane would have been pretty easy, all for the dubious goal of ending up one quarter of college calculus ahead (and getting one extra weighted class). What difference do you think there is between the colleges available for the first statistics and the second?</p>

<p>You got a 5 in BC calculus???</p>

<p>At my school, if you get a 5 on an AP test all ur grades for that subject are changed to A</p>

<p>example for AP calc
1st semester B 2nd semester C
gets 5 on AP test... grades are changed to
1st semester A 2nd semester A</p>

<p>Wow, that sounds like an awesome system. I wish it was that way in my school. Ususally, AP teachers give tests that are much harder than the AP exam.</p>

<p>They don't do that at my school and i'm glad they don't. But, you would have to have stellar essays to really compete with your "could have been" persona</p>