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chance me please!!

emman43emman43 Registered User Posts: 28 New Member
edited July 2009 in What Are My Chances?
Ethnicity: African-American
Location: California
Class rank: 45/431
High School is not ranked

Weighted GPA: 3.8
Unweighted GPA: 3.6
ACT composite score: 29
ACT Retake: 30

National Honors Society
Key Club

Community services
AIDS victims reach out - 200+ hours
High School library - 54 hours

Church Choir - 5 years
Piano - 5 years
Drummer - 3 years
Club soccer - 5 years
High School Track & Field - 1 year
After School Tutor - 2 years
Hip Hop Dance Crew

AP classes
AP European History
AP Biology
AP Government
AP Environmental Science

Honors Classes
Honors Biology
Honors Chemistry
Honors Alg II/Trig

Community college summer classes
French 101

My top schools
1. NYU
2. USC
3. University of Michigan
4. University of Texas at Austin

In regards to my major, I plan on going in as undeclared. Also I don't know if legacy counts at usc anymore but one of my sisters is a usc alumnus and another is currently going there.
Post edited by emman43 on

Replies to: chance me please!!

  • PrintedPrinted Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
    I'd say you have an above average chance at NYU and a fair chance at USC (as judged by your class rank, ACT, and EC's). Is it possible for your to do an activity which brings your love of music to your school or community? For example, creating a sheet music section within your school's library?
  • abcdegsdsabcdegsds Registered User Posts: 316 Member
    For NYU and Michigan u have a great shot. USC you have a decent shot. For UT Austin, its going to be pretty difficult (because of the top 10% rule, getting in from oos is very difficult). Also, make sure u remember that these are very expensive colleges- all are above $30,000 a year for tuition. I think you have a great shot at UCLA as well, which would be only $10,000 a year for tuition (although, if you're a fan of USC, you probably hate UCLA lol).

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