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Chances at AES Honor??

What are my chances at getting AES w/ Honors?

SAT: 2090 (CR: 760, W:650, M: 670) (Going to be retaking this soon)

ACT: 33 (English: 32, Math: 28 , Reading: 35, Science: 35)

Taking two SAT subject tests soon, in literature and math 1

Rank: 45% ish...I really did not try at all in Freshman and Soph year and I go to an extremely competitive public school

GPA: 3.1 UW, and 4.1 W (Loooots of AP classes)

-Part of a organization that petitions against human-trafficking (I'm on the staff of it, but it's a very, very small organization)
-Publicity Manager on one magazine, and a First Reader on another magazine.
-Regularly volunteer at my Temple
-Part of a volunteer organization at my school
-Volunteer hours should be around 300+
-Accounting Club
-Interned underneath a psychiatric doctor at her clinic for about a month
-Shadowed a group of surgeons in India and watched them perform invasive heart surgery, spinal surgery, and neurosurgery.

-Won two first place district prizes at Pin-Making and T-Shirt design in SkillsUSA
-Won second place on a city-wide essay competition.
-Won the second place district prize at a writing competition
-Attended the Iowa Young Writers Studio (21% acceptance rate)
-Published in three literary journals, two for my fiction and another for my poetry
-Wrote a History Research paper for the Concord Review, hasn't been published yet, but I thought I would include it here anyway.
-AP scholar with Distinction

APs taken:
Statistics (3)
World History (3)
Environmental Science (4)
English (5)

Senior Course Load:
AP Biology, AP Physics C, AP Gov, AP Econ, AP Calc AB, AP English IV, Health,
And yes, I am going to be taking the AP test for all of my senior year classes.

Teacher Recommendation: Rec Letters would be coming from my AP Psychology teacher, and my Creative Writing teacher.
Counselor Rec: I go to a school with 2500+ kids, I doubt my counselor knows my name.
Interview: NA


Race: Indian
School type: Purely public, but still a very highly ranked school.
Income Bracket: 150k+
Gender: Male
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