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Chances for Average Student for Boston College?

dxnice27dxnice27 Registered User Posts: 26 New Member
edited March 2007 in What Are My Chances?
Hey, I am an Asian male attending one of three exams schools in Boston.

3.8 GPA weighted
ranked top ten percent
Crit Reading: 580 Math: 650 Writing: 570
SAT IIs: Math1: 650 Math2: 620 Physics: 600
National Honor Society
AP Calc AB, AP Physics, AP Latin Vergil, AP Latin Literature (Catullus)
Honors: Algebra 2, Geometry, Precalc, Latin 3, Latin 4, Chemistry
High Honors
3 times Silver Medalist for National Latin Exam
Questbridge Scholarships Semi-Finalist
Boys' State Nominee (must be well-rounded to be nominated)

Varsity Volleyball (11-12) Captain Senior Year, letter
Boston Knights (Nine-man volleyball player) Competed at D.C for Nationals
BCNC Volleyball League (community volleyball)
Boston Latin Academy (my school) Red Cross Club
Recycle Club
Boys' State 2006 (Government and Politics Camp) (only student from my school chosen to attend)
Voted Principle of Schools at Boys' State
Vice President for Sales Committee
Chinatown Afterschool tutor
Asian Culture Club
Volunteered to sell t-shirts at Boston Knights Basketball Tournament
Guitar - Self-Taught to read tabs + chords

Tutor for Afterschool Program
Junior Counselor at Summer Camp - Formerly was a camper there for 7 years and I have returned to be a counselor for three years
Au Bon Pain (weekends)

Thats about it, I think BC is a match/high reach for me. Well I'll like some input, thanks!
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