Your help will be greatly appreciated. Please chance me. I will chance back.

<p>1 choice: Johns Hopkins
2 choice: MIT
3 choice: Duke
4 choice: Cornell
5 choice: University of Chicago
6 choice: Northwestern
7 choice: Washington University in St. Louis
8 choice: University of Southern California</p>

<p>2 AP: Biology and Calculus AB
Will take 3 AP next year: Literature, Physics B, and Calculus BC
SAT Reading: 570 Writing: 670 Math: 720
SAT Molecular Biology: 740
SAT Math Level 2: 740
SAT Korean: 790
Unweighted GPA: 3.97 Weighted GPA: 4.14</p>

<p>Extracurriculars:
3rd place science competition winner
Eagle Scout
JROTC Company Commander
Superior Cadet Award
National Honor Society Secretary
Student Council Secretary
American Red Cross Volunteer: 300 hours</p>

<p>My strength seems to be biology. I applied for Army and Navy ROTC scholarships.
Also please recommend colleges that I should apply for early decision and try to give information about each college choice.</p>

<p>Thank you.</p>

<p>You have a reasonable shot at all of these (except for Duke and MIT), but here are a few comments:</p>

<ol>
<li>For WUSTL you must show interest. You could get waitlisted and/or rejected otherwise.</li>
<li>For what it's worth, I think you should reconsider your putting Chicago and NW below Duke and Cornell. Actually I would put WUSTL above Duke and Cornell as well, but I might be in the minority.</li>
<li>You will most likely get into JHU, so if it's your real first choice, apply ED and you will be done.</li>
</ol>

<p>In reference to the above post, I would say that yes, you do have decent chances at JHU, but with your current SAT scores I would not say that you "will most likely get in"</p>

<p>JHU is a very selective and competetive school who often rejects kids with 2100+, so if it is your number one choice, as soze said, apply ED, show your interest, write great essays, and hopefully improve your scores to maximize your chances.</p>