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Columbia or Northwestern: With which one would i havea higher chance of getting into with early descion?

from chicago im going to enter senior year with a 4.07 average gpa out of 4 I have a 3.66 unweighted gpa i am top 8% out of 775 kids i have an ACT score of 29 (taking it again aiming for 30-31) ive taken Bio AP (got a b), Calc BC AP (got a B), US AP (got an A) this year next year im going to take Chem AP, Calc 3 & Diff Eq AP, Stats AP, Euro AP, Eng AP, Span 4 AP Basically, ive taken the most challenging curriculum my school has offered my activities are: Cross Country and Track (not varisty) National Honors Society Committee Chair for Lumanaria/ Sponorship for Relay for Life Founder and President of our schools International Club Over hundred hours of Hospital Volunteering and am Volunteer Committee Chair at my hospital Peer Jury/ DARE/ Rush Corp Leader Over the summer i volunteer as a Summer Camp Director Treasurer of Key Club Job at Old Navy since 8/07. Attended University of Illinois in Chicago Health Science Enrichment Program Awards: 2nd place at UIC 2007 Health Science Fair Gold Medal (1st Place) For Science for the Health Science Program Silver Medal (2nd Place) for Math for the Health Science Program Bronze Medal For Downers Grove South Science Department Student of the Month for February for school Elected Delegate at the 2007 II DIstrict Key Club Convention College Board AP Scholar Attended Key Club Leadership Convention and Rotrary Club Youth Leadership Activity Camp. sat 2 : bio-640, math level 2- 800 On the ap test: Bio: 3 US History: 4 Calc BC: 5 Chances for biomed or chemical engineering?

Asked By: Gandhiboy - 10/3/2007
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Columbia University, an Ivy League premier school, is highly selective and it's difficult to get accepted. Northwestern University is a "good" university, but is not one of the best. Keep this in mind for early decision, which can improve you chances at acceptance by 16%!
Answered By: soldier - 10/6/2007
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