what are my chances

<p>4.7 wieghted gpa/ 3.8 unwieghted
ranked 10/394 class will get bigger
1900 sat/800 math,590 CR, 510 writing
Marching band 4 years
golf four years attend a half magnet school for math and science
computer science competition two year
over 100 hours of community service
NHS
Leo club and Student council two years
oh yeah and ive taken 10 ap classes
what are my chances</p>

<p>want top major in engineering</p>

<p>100% in. SAT is kind of low, but everything else makes up for it.</p>

<p>CantTouchThis seems to be in the top 10% of his class = Automatic Admission.</p>

<p>top 10% only means automatic admission to the university, not necessarily to the college of choice~~</p>

<p>I think the top 10% DOES mean admission to the college of your choice. Thats the reason UT is becoming so crowded. Am I ccorrect, or does anyone have some contradicting info?</p>

<p>In addition, the Top 10% Law guarantees admission to the university but not necessarily to the major of your choice. Some majors are highly competitive and so it’s always a good idea to submit the best application possible. Doing so could mean the difference between your admission to your first-choice major and admission to the university as an undeclared major. </p>

<p>There, straight from the UT website~~ :) It acutally talks about all types of applicants, international, out-of-states, etc. The link is here:
<a href="http://bealonghorn.utexas.edu/freshmen/admission/factors/applicant-types/index.html%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://bealonghorn.utexas.edu/freshmen/admission/factors/applicant-types/index.html&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>majors without automatic admission include majors at the engineering school as well as the business school if im not mistaken.</p>

<p>by the way, my brother had very similar stats to yours and got into biomedical engineering so you should be fine.</p>