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nervous nelly

hope2budelhope2budel Registered User Posts: 104 Junior Member
edited February 2007 in What Are My Chances?
Heyy
I was wondering about chances @ these schools as of now (im only a junior)....ne more suggestions for schools?

University of Delaware (my top choice by far)
Penn State
Pitt
UMass (amherst)
Indiana University
Uconn
Ohio State
Rutgers
University of Rhode Island
SUNY Albany


GPA: unweighted= 3.7 weighted: 4.1
Class Rank= 45/270

-national honor society
-High honors
-National Honor Roll
-Who's Who Among American High School Students
-XC (7-12)
-Track (7-12)
-Newspaper (10-12)
-Spanish Club (11-12)
-Relay for Life participant
-volunteer @ the hospital
-Chemistry Club (11-12)
-help run invitationals for JV runners

Junior Classes:
Ap Euro History (will bring weighted grade up more)
Spanish 4 (the advanced spanish for grade 11)
Algebra II
Chem
English
American Cultures
^^ so far i have had a 3.7 all year long

Senior year i will be taking 4 classes for the "Young Scholars" progam at our school at some of the local colleges, also i will be in Spanish AP

Now the bad part....my SAT score..... 1480....i know its terrible but i will definatly retake in may and probably june ne advice?
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Replies to: nervous nelly

  • kev07wankev07wan Registered User Posts: 700 Member
    You have pretty decent chances at most of those schools if you raise your SAT score. I'd suggest taking it again in May and then again in November or October of your senior year. Use the summer to study up and you should be fine!
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