I'm a junior now and a Florida-native currently living in Asia (father's job). I am moving back to Florida for my senior year and I would just love to attend UF. My GPA is 3.7 unweighted as we don't weigh GPAs at my school, but my whole junior year I have taken all IB classes. My ACT score was 29 (I only got one wrong on the writing section, lol, but I got a 23 on the math section) and my SAT was 2020 (CR: 690, M: 620, W: 710). I plan on taking two SAT II's next year, in Japanese (I got 650 on a practice test) and World History. I participated in my school's AP World History Club last year (we don't offer AP classes) which met after school and on weekends and got a 4 on the exam. I volunteer weekly with my school's Pre-K class and volunteered in 1st grade last year. I've been on my school's varsity volleyball team since I was a freshman and participated in Model United Nations this past November. I've been on the yearbook staff since my freshman year and I tutor two elementary girls in English twice a week and teach a middle-aged woman English on Sundays. I was inducted to NHS this year and received Outstanding Achievement in English, History and Technology last year. I think that's about all I've done, haha. Please let me know what you think my chances are of getting in. Thank you!</p>
<p>Looks like you have a really good shot. Your credentials look good.</p>
<p>thank you for the input, Zaersz!
I would love any other opinions.</p>
<p>Yea, you have a very good chance of getting in. I got in with a 29 ACT and I only got a 24 on Math. NHS Officer and Model UN Vice-President and tutoring Geometry, and IB student. You have almost the same credentials as me just your GPA is .73 points higher.</p>
<p>you'll get in.</p>