Which College?

<p>I'm currently a senior and have been accepted into ED Syracuse University, however, I'm on the fence on other schools to apply to. </p>

<p>I'm hoping to pursue an Engineering degree (MS) in Computer Engineering, but I'm terrified that my high school stats aren't ideal for most colleges. I'm currently still recovering from a poor freshmen year, and the years post 9th grade have shown a huge significance in GPA increase.</p>

<p>9th - 3.0W (Honors)
10th - 3.56W (Honors)
11th - 3.85W (Honors)
12th - 4.35W (Just started my first AP/DE)</p>

<p>Overall 3.65W</p>

<p>Course load:
AP Physics B
AP Literature
AP Microeconomics
AP Macroeconomics
Spanish ll (elective)
DCT ll (elective)
Government Honors</p>

<p>Dual Enrolled (All AP weighted, 16 credits):
Intermediate Alg. (They never received my SAT scores prior to registration)
College Alg.
Conceptual Physics
College Success
Oral Communication </p>

<p>I'm keeping a steady 11 A's 2 B's total.
SAT: M: 550 R: 490 W: 520
I've taken my third SAT scores and receive them 12/20/12</p>

<p>My EC's are consisting of part-time jobs, school clubs, volunteering, etc.</p>

<p>From what I read, most engineers have godly SAT scores, so it's painful when comparing my own.</p>

<p>Where else do I have a chance applying to? If I'm not capable of getting into schools with well known engineering programs I may attend UCF for my AA in hopes to transfer.</p>

<p>FL Resident</p>

<p>Thank you.</p>



<p>I took these in 2004: 650V 610M There was no writing then.
I currently have a 4.0 at a pretty good engineering school</p>

<p>How are you preparing for the SAT? All your other stats look good, but your SAT does seem low. I honestly don’t think the SAT really says much other than you are good at preparing for a specific test. I took them once before and only received something like a combined 1050 M&V… Transferring is a good deal btw so do not sell it short. Smaller class sizes give you a chance to shine.</p>

<p>try sat optional schools…i think union has computer science engineering…and there r many more…</p>

<p>If you’re accepted ED, aren’t you expected to withdraw all other applications?</p>

<p>I applied ED, but I can reject to attending the school.</p>

<p>My SAT scores are with no studying, I had studied for two months prior the last one I took. I get those scores back in four days.</p>