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I am ASB president to a school of 1300+, ASB treasurer last year, captain of the schools science bowl team the last 2 years, plenty of school awards for academic excellence in science, 4 years cross country, 1 baseball, 2 golf, 150+ hours of community service, 8 AP classes, took 3 last year and passed all the tests, 2 3's and a 4, taking the rest senior year, 1 running start class, 1800 SAT's first time without studying, the only major problem is a have a 2.85 GPA. i've taken all honors classes, but just slacked off freshman and sophomore years, i got a 3.5 both semesters of junior year, while taking 3 AP classes. i really want to go to UW, but i'm afraid that they'll just overlook me because of my cummulative GPA. If i could have your input of what you think my chances are, that would be great!2 replies
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