Hey all, I've actually been reading things off-of this website for a while now, but it's just now that I've finally decided to register and ask a question of my own! So here it is: Is there any "concrete" list of what W.P. is basing their acceptance of people into their SLS program? Ex: Must have 1 extra curricular, varsity athlete, top x%, etc. Also, I took my first ACT in October, and I am currently registered to take the coming up SAT-I this December (It's on the 3rd), so I was wondering if anyone knew any sort of cut-off's regarding ACT/SAT-I scores in relation to SLS, and even later on for the actual application to W.P On my (first) ACT I got: English: 34 Math: 29 Reading: 34 Science: 27 Writing Essay: 10 (out of 12) English/Writing combined: 33 Composite: 31 And I'm planning on taking my ACT more times, I want a 35 or a 36 on it. Same with my SAT-I, I want a 23XX on it. I am in the top 10% of my class, I have a schedule this year of 6 AP classes, gym and then Spanish 4. [Only 7 periods (out of 8) because AP Physics B is a period and a half] (No AP Spanish until senior year.) And yes, I have no lunch this year. I am well prepared in the sciences (Bio - done; Chem - done; Physics B - attending... etc.) As well as the math areas (Geometry - done; Algebra II - done; Trig/Calc. A - done; Calc BC - attending). And then next year, my senior year, my school does a program through University of Illinois for advanced math kids where we take "Multi-variable Calculus" through UofI. So, I'm just wondering how my stats stack up really for SLS, and I guess even for the actual appointment to W.P. I'll probably make a new thread like this later on with more complete info, I don't want to do that right now. But I am also well covered in my extra curriculars, leader of 2 clubs, etc - I can add those if anyone here asks of them. Thanks, TheChicagoan P.S - Every class I've taken at school is at the "max" level, as in every class (when available) is honors/AP. Thanks.