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Chance me for Notre Dame please! (Regular Decision) Thanks in advance!
Hi, please roughly state how likely it is for me to get into Notre Dame for Regular Decision. Thanks! I really appreciate it.
Unweighted GPA- 3.91 (I took mostly CPs freshman year, but from sophomore to senior year I only took honors and APs)
SAT I: 680 CR, 740 M, 720 W = 2140 Total (All in one sitting)
Ranking: 37/559 (Top 10%)
Activities and grades participated: (ASTERIX NEXT TO WHAT WILL BE LISTED ON COMMON APP)
Piano since I was about 6 years old, participated in multiple recitals*
Track and field* 10-present (Varsity lettered junior year)
Cross country* 10-present (Varsity letter senior year, scholar athlete)
Indoor Track* 10-present
National Honor Society* 11-present
Future Health Professionals of America 10-present
Democratic Society* 11-12 (Treasurer)
Outdoors Club 11-present
German Club 9 (gave up after due to sports)
High school talent show= 11 (Plan on doing it again this year)- Played a classical piano piece solo
Lancaster Science Factory Volunteer*- 25 hours I know it's not that much
Participated in national piano guild auditions- Judge grades you on a few pieces that you play along with scale, I received 41 C's (Commendable) and 0 A's (Needs Attention) (9th grade)
National Federation of Music Clubs Festival- Judge grades you on a few pieces, I received a Superior rating(10th grade)
Scholastic Writing Contest for Novel Writing* 10th grade (Although did not receive an award)
LOR- 1 biology teacher, 1 counselor, assuming they are both really good
Writing Supplement- I would say 10/10 for the general one for all applicants, 10/10 for the "what question" one, and 9/10 for "how are you incomplete"
Intended Major: I put Environmental Science for College of Science.
Music Supplement: I submitted an arts portfolio to be considered as part of my application. I submitted a music (piano) supplement with two performances: Nocturne in C Sharp Minor by Frederic Chopin, and Transcendental Etude No. 10 by Franz Liszt.