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OOS Chance me please

jlu9001jlu9001 Registered User Posts: 10 New Member
GPA: 3.85/4.0
SAT I: 2190 (CR 670 M 800 W 720)
SAT II: Math II (800) Bio (760)
ACT: 32(R 31 M 36 W 30 S 31)
Rank: top 10% ( highly competitive high school)
Race: Asian male

NHS member
Science Olympiad captain
Model UN Vice President
Key Club Secretary
Played in orchestra for 7 years
Texas All- State Orchestra Member
DECA regionals, state qualification
Orchestra senior representative

Teachers Recs will be amazing ( I hope)
Counselor rec would be average (new counselor, idk if she knows my name lol)

Essays: above average, getting a Cornell grad to review mine

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated! Also please be 100% honest, don't mind criticism at all :)

Replies to: OOS Chance me please

  • jlu9001jlu9001 Registered User Posts: 10 New Member
    Just wanted to add my AP scores: Calc AB(5) Calc BC (5) Bio (5) Chem (4) USH (5) WH (5) Lang (5) Stat (5) European History (4) Physics 1 (3, horrible teacher, had to learn majority of material on my own)
    Also my senior course load: AP lit, AP physics 2, AP comp sci, Multivariable Calculus, AP gov/ econ, and an independent study program offered at my school.
    Hoping to get into Pre-Medicine
  • kaukaunakaukauna Registered User Posts: 1,124 Senior Member
    Think you have an above average chance.
  • gracedarbygracedarby Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
    I'm an OOS student at Carolina, and I think your academics all look good, but I think UNC places a lot of emphasis on community involvement, so I would recommend getting some service hours your senior year. Also, with regard to your ECs, all those clubs and officer positions are great, but you don't need to spread yourself too thin. I think it would be a wise choice to devote some time to a 100 hour service project your senior year. Officer positions are good, but clubs don't really allow for much individual success. You would stand out more if you worked independently from school organizations.
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