What do you think my chances are?

<p>Hey guys! I'm a junior right now and I would LOVE to go to Princeton next year. If you guys could check out my stats and see if I'm on track that'd be amazing! If not, what should I do? Thanks!</p>

<p>Gender: Female
Ethnicity: Half black/Half white
School: One of the best public ones in Massachusetts
SAT: 2260 (720 CR 800 W 740 M) First time taking it, will take again
GPA: 3.93 out of 4.00 (unweighted) 8.78/9 weighted
Current classes and grades: APUSH (A-), AP Bio (A), AP French (A-), Honors Math (A), Honors English (A) Regular Spanish (A)
PSAT: 218 (99th percentile), Outstanding National Achievement Finalist
ECs: Varsity swimming 3 years (1 out of maybe 5 blacks in league), Environmental Club, Water-Polo Club, Peer Mentoring Program, Guidance Aide for Freshmen, Special Needs Aquatics, French exchange next year
Work: Lifeguard and head swim lesson instructor all year
Awards: Outstanding National Achievement for PSAT, 4th Place in National French Contest, Honorary Mention in City-wide MLK Essay
Others: Speak Russian fluently, Family income ~60,000, Neither of my parents went to college in the USA, going to Africa this summer to my dad's home country to do charity work</p>

<p>Ahh, I saw you on the Brown thread. XD I will just let you know now for ALL the ivies...</p>

<p>URM + athlete + good SAT's + good grades = in at at least Ivy; I've not saying all or even multiple ones, but seriously, you'll probably get in to at least one.</p>

<p>good luck :-)</p>

<p>I would say very good chance. And if not Princeton, certainly at one of the top schools. Given the low acceptance rates at the tip top schools, it does become a bit of a lottery.</p>

<p>You are fully qualified on your own merits, and being black will likely put you over the top.</p>

<p>Plus, the Russian and French doesn't hurt either.</p>

<p>And there is certainly a funny essay you can write about being a Black Russian.</p>

<p>Thanks guys, but unfortunately I really don't think I will swim at any D.1 school so the athlete part is out of the equation :(</p>

<p>Aww :/ Well even without the athletic advantage I'd say you still have a chance at getting into one of these schools.</p>