Originally Posted by RaysGatorsFan
While the SAT reading score is a little bit low, I think you have a pretty reasonable shot to get into any of those top four schools and are almost certain to get into the bottom four. I did my undergrad at Illinois and there were plenty of people in the engineering department with lower high school test scores than that (though the reading is borderline). As long as you do okay on TOEFL I can't imagine you would get rejected from all four of the top ones if you applied and even fewer of the bottom ones. Of course, your chances get better if you raise your scores a bit, especially reading.
Of course, you have said nothing about your high school grades, which will be factored in as well, but I would imagine your grades are good enough. Also, you will be surprised how little a lot of schools care about ECs outside of the Ivy League and their peers.
As for Berkeley, Michigan and UCLA, they are all fantastic schools, and UCLA should be on par with the top four in your list above. Michigan and Berkeley have similar engineering programs to those top four in quality but they are appreciably harder to get into. You can try anyway, but those are more of a reach than the other four, likely due simply to name recognition and therefore added application volume.
I know you seem set on studying in the US, and that is 100% fine. Just out of curiosity though, have you even considered some of the European schools like TU München, TU Braunschweig, TU Delft, ETH Zurich, Imperial College London, etc.? There are some really good aerospace schools like that over there that you ought to at least think about.