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Wharton Chances

ravensfan204ravensfan204 Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
Applying Early Decision to Wharton class of 2022- What are my chances of being admitted? Any tips to improve my application?

ACT: 34 (36 science, 35 math, 34 reading, 32 english)
SAT II: Math II-750 (will take again)
GPA: 4.0 unweighted/5.0 weighted (honors worth 5, APs worth 6)
Class rank: 1/248
AP scores: Chemistry (5), Calc BC(5 with 5 AB subscore), Microeconomics (5), HUG (4), APUSH (3)
Senior Schedule: AP Stat, AP Lang, AP Psychology, AP Physics (take 3 AP tests), H Multi-variable calculus (weights as AP at my school)

Extra Curricular:
Lacrosse: 3 year varsity, 2 year starter, arguably the best league in the nation (MIAA A), play club year round
Football: Grades 9,10
Investment Club (co-founder and VP): Grade 11
FBLA: Grade 11
National Honors Society - Grade 11
National History Day School Winner- Grade 9, 11
National Spanish Honors Society - Grade 11
National Math Honors Society - Grade 11
National Social Studies Honors Society - Grade 11
STEM Program - Grades 9, 10, 11
Leadership Club: Grades 11
Newspaper Editor: Grade 9
student ambassador: Grade 9 (gave incoming freshman tours and they shadowed me)

Have worked at an icecream shop 10-15 hours a week since sophomore year

Private Catholic School in Baltimore, Maryland
White, middle class


Would it be worth taking the ACT a second time to get the one point on any section needed for the 35 composite score?
Was getting involved in a lot more clubs Junior year after stopping football too late?

Any opinions or advice would be greatly appreciated!!

Replies to: Wharton Chances

  • ravensfan204ravensfan204 Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
    Also have 150+ hours of community service, including special olympics, running lacrosse camps, and our daily bread
  • esuhlaesuhla Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
    You're definitely qualified! As are the majority of applicants. You must find a facet to stand out! Opposed to vouching for the well-rounded attempt solely, try to have something that really makes you stand out! You are clearly on the right path, at this point I'd focus on the controllable: ESSAY QUALITY. You are obviously in the acceptable spectrum and for that I commend you. Just don't let yourself remain a number in the stack!

    Best of luck!
    -J
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