Objective: Some form of engineering Gender: Male (I'm going into senior year) Race: Caucasian SAT score: 2100/1440 (composite) (superscore: 750 CR, 690 M, 660 W) SAT 2 scores: Math 2- 800 and Biology/E-430 (I bombed biology lol but if I want to send math 2, I have to send biology because I took them on the same day) My school is ranked #28 for public schools in the U.S. Average: 96 (this isn't impressive in my school as a lot of kids have 100+ averages) Class Rank: My school doesn't rank. Classes taken and Senior Class load: Freshman- Bio, Geometry, English, Pre-Engineering, Global History, Russian. Sophomore- Chemistry, Algebra 2/Trig, AP World, Russian, English, SERP (Scientific and Engineering Research Program- this was voluntary and pretty hard to get into (14 out of 200 kids made it- I quit next year lol). Junior- AP Environmental, AP Russian, AP U.S., Pre-Calc, English. Senior- AP Physics, AP Pol Science, Calc, English. Academic downfalls: I messed up freshman and sophomore year in my math/science classes. I had 2 C's in geometry, 1 C and 1 B in algebra 2/trig, and 2 Bs in chemistry. However, I picked up my act and got a 92 on the algebra 2/trig regent (required NYC test (its on my transcript) and 2 As in Pre-Calc Junior Year. EC's: Wrestling Freshman Year (I also wrestled for 3 years in middle school), Chess Team for 2 years, Key Club for 1 year, Over 180 hours volunteering at a pharmacy, Type 2 diabetes walk fund raiser, Took a psychology course at a college, UDACITY: Intro to Computer Science (Python) certificate, NHS, QOL research competition (this is a pretty big competition (all of NYC)) semi-finalist with creativity award, March of Dimes essay participant (Ethics in Medicine), Worked with a professor on a research paper called "The Effects of MI on Strength Gains", and School Band for 4 years. 2 good teacher recommendations and I might be able to get a recommendation from an Active Duty Marine (I know him personally but Ill make sure to apply for other nominations as well) Potential Concerns: My math/science grades and the fact that I didn't do any sport consistently throughout my years in high school. I did workout consistently though and went from 113lbs to 220lbs right now with a 405lb squat, 255 pound bench, and a 405lb deadlift. I know I could get competitive CFA scores if I start training right now and make the cut down to 170. So assuming I achieve competitive CFA scores, what are my chances? Thanks in advance.