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17 days ago
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Will I get in anywhere?? pls help
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I have a 3.4 unweighted and a 3.7 weighted gpa. 1180 sat score and by the end of senior year I will have 9 APs and 10 honors classes. I have been a varsity swimmer for 3 years as well as swimming on a club team, treasure of a non profit, one day internship in marketing, NHS, student council, photography club. Job as a lifeguard and swim instructor. girls who code program participant.

I am applying to texas a&m, UT austin, IU, purdue, utd, unt, university Of Houston for a business major. Do I have a chance at the first 5 colleges i mentioned????

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16 days ago

I think you have a good chance, as it seems you have a good array of ECs and decent academics. The jobs show you have initiative, which is good. As @starryeyed mentioned, volunteering may add more depth to your EC profile. Definitely input this into the College Vine chancer, that will give you a better look at your chances. Have you considered retaking the SAT and trying at a better score? That might make you stand out more. Good luck!

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17 days ago

I think you will! I am in a similar boat and going to apply to similar schools. The activities always want quality over quantity. Get some volunteering in there as well, and take some accounting and businesses classes if your school offers and that is a good number of APs! Try the college vine chancing as well, it helped!

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Unweighted GPA: 3.7
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SAT: 720 math
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