Could I be accepted by GaTech, Vanderbilt, Cornell, UConn, Stanford, BostonU, or UMichigan for Engineering?

I would love to hear from any college admissions officers, alumni from those and similarly competitive schools, current students of those universities, or current university students with a background similar to mine. I am a current high school senior in a highly ranked Florida public school system. Here are my credentials thus far: 1. Roughly a 3.2 GPA unweighted (3.6 weighted) - Top quarter of my class 2. Best SAT scores of R-710, M-670, W-720, 3. Best ACT composite score of 27, 4. 7 AP courses taken already, in addition to 5 more this year; 9th Grade: -Human Geography - 4 10th Grade: -World History - 4 -Chemistry - 3 11th Grade: -Physics B - 4 -Calculus AB - 4 -English Language - 2 -Comparative Government+Politics - 12th Grade: -U.S. Government+Politics -Macroeconomics -Physics C -English Literature -Computer Science A 5. 4 Dual Enrollment Classes at the local college; Biology and Environment Introduction to Oral Communication Statistics for Engineer Majors Chemistry for Non-Science Majors (All of which are General Education prerequisites for college) 6. Part-time job (Wendy's) for nearly a year and an Internship at a large MEPF Engineering firm since summer (I work 30hr/wk total) 7. Many clubs + organizations at my school: National Beta Club (community service) - member for 3 years and Treasurer for 2 International Thespian Society (Drama Honors Society) - 4 years - 1st place in Districts last year Epsilon Nu Gamma (English Honors Society) - member for 2 years Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honors Society) - member for 3 years National Science Honors Society - member for 2 years Computer Programming Club - member for 2 years - VP for both years International Key Club (community service) - member for 2 years Latin American Club - member for 2 years 8. Athletics: Wrestling - Freshman year - JV Letterman (145lbs) - 7th in JV State Competition - Sophomore year - Varsity (140lbs) - Reserve line-up - Junior/Senior year - Coach was fired for breaking FHSAA rules and so my school is barred from State competition for four years, so I stopped. Thank you so much for your help!!!

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You are an honor student that has a LOT of community service/ extra curricular activities- you have an excellent chance of being able to get into a lot of great schools, but I can speak for University of Michigan as a recent grad (class of 2009... More
Answered By: Jenni C. - 8/25/2012
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