Yet Another Desperate "Chance Me" Post.

<p>I intend on being a Theater major at IU.</p>

<p>I am a Caucasian female from Illinois, and I will be a first generation college student (no one in my family has attended college up to this point), if that makes any difference. </p>

<p>My high school coursework/activities are detailed below:
-Attended a public high school
-Weighted GPA of 3.8 as of second semester junior year, unweighted GPA of 3.5
- Scored 31 on my ACT, which I took 2 times (and got the same composite score but with some variation in the breakdown scores)
-Scored a 760 on my English Literature SAT Subject test
-Scored a 690 on my U.S. History SAT Subject test
-Top 30% of my high school class
-AP Scholar With Honors</p>

<p>I anticipate my coursework to be as follows by the end of my high school career:</p>

<li>4 years of Honors/AP English
-3 years of Math, 2 of those years at an Honors level
-3 years of sciences, 2 of those years at an AP level
-4 years of foreign language
-4 years of music, 3 of those years at an audition level
-Plus 4+ years worth of electives, in the form of additional English classes (with a focus in theatre) and music. </li>

<p>AP World History Score: 5
AP Government Score: 3
AP US History Score: 4
AP Language and Composition Score: 5
I will also be taking the AP European History test this year.</p>

4th Year Senior, Varsity Speech Team
4 Years in Fall Play
3 Years in Winter One Acts (2 years as an actor, 1 year as a writer/director)
3 Years in Contest Play/GI
1 Year in Spring Musical
1 Year in Concert Orchestra, 4th Chair Viola
1 Year in Concert Choir, 3 Years in Bel Canto Choir</p>

<p>Was honored as being selected as a cast member of the highly competitive and selective Illinois All State High School Theatre production, which will be performed at the Illinois High School Theaterfest this January.</p>

<p>Ranked 9th in the State for Radio Speaking, IHSA Speech (Competed at IHSA Speech State Finals 2011)</p>

<p>Recieved an Academic Excellence Award from my district's school board</p>

<p>24+ Hours of community service</p>

<p>Was a People To People Student Ambassador to England, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands in my freshman year, 2 weeks abroad.</p>

<p>Attended ISU's Summer Speech Camp, 1 week, for Radio Speaking</p>

<p>I also spent one month on the Northwestern campus studying Acting on Film through the National High School Institute's summer program (popularly known as Cherubs). </p>

<p>As far as other information goes, I am an experienced writer and am confident in my abilities to write meaningful and unique essays. </p>

<p>Thank you in advance!</p>

<p>I would say your chances for admission are very good, EXCEPT that IU now recommends 7 credits of Math which includes pre-calc, calculus, or trig. I'm assuming with 3 years you will only have 6 six credits. Since this is the first year this standard is in place, it will be interesting to see how this plays out in the admissions process for students with good scores and grades, but lacking that Math credit.</p>

<p>I would say your chances of getting in are near 100%.</p>

<p>Any thoughts on the likelihood of a scholarship?</p>