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"The first year any team from Chesterfield county has participated in Science Olympiad. We all chose the color together, and came up with a neat design on the back, that we got right off of the clipart provided. We chose to write science olympiad in greek letters and put a 2009 on the back with the atom nuclei in for the double zeros. Many people commented on the design and the picture was placed up on the Randolph Macon Science Olympiad website. Very cool!" - MatoacaMiddle_clark (Apr 15, 2009)

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comment by Guest - Feb 23, 2013 - back to the top

Well, you left out some fairly itnormapt facts (class rank, ethnicity, home state, legacy status, major awards etc. . .). Without these stats I can only give you a vague idea of where you stand; you should repost the question with the additional information if you would like a more accurate response. As is, you have a semi-competitive SAT score and seem to be fairly involved. If you are in a position where you will be either unaffected by or negatively affected by affirmative action (white or asian) then you will be hard pressed to get into most ivies but stand a chance at brown or cornell. If you are hispanic or african american, then I think you will most likely get into brown or cornell and UPenn, Columbia, and Dartmouth are all within your reach (albeit they are pretty far reaches). If you give me the above info I could probably give you estimated % chances.