SAT: 2300-2340 on practice tests
Single Parent home since 8. My dad abused my mom and that has had a HUGE affect on me, til this day. Live with 3 other siblings.
1st gen college
Self Studied 6 AP's 11th grade. 4's and 5's on all.
Mom makes 32k a year
I started an online business which makes me about $150ish a day.
400 community service hours at a local homeless shelter
Chance me for NYU Stern, UVA McIntire, UMich Ross, Cornell, Columbia, SUNY-Binghampton, Wharton
Your chances are good, though my guess is top schools may take a close look at your senior year grades. I would perhaps think the waitlist/guaranteed transfer option may be more likely. Then again, your hooks are pretty good so you could get in straight away. Is your school competitive or just not that great if your cumulative GPA puts you in the top 10%? Or does your school weight its rankings?
You won't be accepted outright. Guaranteed transfer means that if you maintain a certain academic standard your freshman year at another university, you are guaranteed to be accepted your sophomore year. Waitlist in recent years usually means rejection, but if not enough accepted students accept, they will take people off the waitlist. I think if you apply ED, it's also possible to be deferred to the regular decision applicant pool in which case your senior year grades will matter,
Meh, given how much GPA matters relative to test scores, I wouldn't put the chances at 90%. The top 10% class rank won't be impressive if it's a weak high school and the cumulative GPA is ~3.3-3.4 is a big minus. Further, since the OP had to self-study the APs, I'm guessing that means the school likely doesn't offer rigorous courses and that GPA is from regular level classes, which is another big hit to the chances. The URM status and test scores are a HUGE boost, but Cornell won't admit people it isn't convinced have a good chance at being successful. The AP scores are actually what I consider the best signal of likely success (esp. since they were self-studied), and it's a shame they don't count more in admissions, but it could swing this particular candidate.
A lot of variables to consider, none of which are obvious. Who knows, maybe it will come down to to URM + awesome test scores = admittance. That said, while I wouldn't anticipate the OP getting admitted to all the schools on their list, I would guess they'd be admitted to some. If you have a strong feeling about any of the schools, definitely apply early.
Come back with an actual SAT score. And why do you keep bumping? You're not going to get different, accurate advice, as nothing as changed. Colene and mikeyc765 gave you good advice. We can help you out more when you have an actual SAT score though.