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Chance me, get candy!

yuanxiaoyuyuanxiaoyu Registered User Posts: 110 Junior Member
edited September 2010 in University of Chicago
SAT 1: 2090
SAT II (i know chicago doesnt require, but here they are):
Math Lv2 800, physics 760
ACT: 29

IBs: 41/45 diploma
GPA: unknown
School Type: HUGE public school in Canada, hence International Student

ECs listed on app: with leadership
manage my own store, making 10,000$ annually, planning on paying my tuition with this
President of an student based website(regional)
Executive/Accountant of Red Cross Club
Executive/ Marketing of UNICEF club
VP/ manager of digital distribution/ Editor of 3 major school magazines
Marketing head, business club
Spirit Commitee, minister of ESL (english as second language)

Other leisure EC:
Regional piano performances
modern dancing, regional competition
Regular senior home volunteer
Model United Nation active Member
School Service Club active member
Theater, actor/writer in school and regional plays/shows
Band, Trombone

Job/Work Experience: Sales associate, armani exchange
Essays: i have an really really good idea in mind (in my opinion)

Ethnicity: Asian

Comments: my ACT and SAT score is pretty weak, what are my chances?
Post edited by yuanxiaoyu on

Replies to: Chance me, get candy!

  • phurikuphuriku Registered User Posts: 2,779 Senior Member
    Why did you score so well on your SAT IIs but didn't do so well on your ACT/SATs? With your current scores, Chicago is a high reach.

    Average SAT at Chicago is 2200 and average ACT is 32. And that's just incoming students, not admitted students, so the admitted student average may be even higher. Therefore, you are quite below where you should be, especially as an over-represented minority.
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