Hi all, I was wondering what my odds are for admission to UNC. My family and I recently visited the campus and I now consider it my first choice. My numbers and stats are:
SAT: 1250, 1300 super scored
GPA: ~4.5 weighted
Course rigor: Taken dual enrollment since sophomore year, with my junior year being exclusively dual enrollment. I have approx. 47 credit hours, with one 'B' in spanish II, and a "B+" in Biology I. Otherwise, I performed very well, being the the top student in two English classes and one Political Science class. My college course list includes: Rhetoric/ English I/II, Western Civ I/II, American Constitution, Literary Classics of the Western Tradition, Biology I and II, Public Speaking, Pre Calculus Algebra, Pre Calc Trig, Spanish I and II, and Economics.
My senior fall semester includes Calculus I, Chemistry, and Intro to Philosophy
I am a rising senior white male, from a semi rural community, who is homeschooled.
My extra curricular activites include skeet shooting on our county recreational team, being the weekly drummer at a local youth group, participation with almost all church events, and mission trip in middle school.
I manage the boarding operations at my parents farm, and have ridden around with our Vet on multiple occasions.
I have built a profitable landscape company, with literally 100s of satisfied customers. I have overseen the labor of various subcontractors.
I now realize that my extra curriculars are not necessarily hat colleges want to see, so I wish I had taken the time to pursue these opportunities a year ago. Do I have a chance at admission?
If it matters, I would like to major in a Biological science in hopes of entering into a DVM program in the future. My skill sets are diverse to say the least. Ranging from my practical knowledge of biology, horticulture and chemistry which I have picked up from my landscaping and agricultural background, to my expertise gained from dealing with people and animals, to my passionate love for writing and philosophical discourse, it is safe to say I am a generally well rounded person. Does UNC care is my question?