What are my chances for UC Berkeley, Northeastern, Carnegie Mellon, more?
The colleges I'm interested in are Cornell (definitely a reach), Georgetown (definitely a reach), Carnegie Mellon, Brandeis, UC Berkeley, Johns Hopkins University, Northeastern U, Boston U, Lafayette U, Lehigh U, U of Miami, Trinity College, University of Maryland at College Park, Bucknell, and Amherst (not University of Mass)
My SAT scores:
US History: 750
Math 2: Taking in October
94.8 unweighted/100.3 weighted
I looked up the 4.0 scale equivalents, but it said a 94.8 was a 4.0 so I wasn't sure.
10th grade: AP World- 4
11th: AP Chem- 4
AP Lit- 3 (but I'm taking AP Lang next year, which might make up for it)
Took college-offered Spanish, Algebra, and Trig, with As in all of them.
12th: Will take AP Bio/Lang/Gov't/Calc, Physics Honors, and conversational Spanish
-Varsity Track for 9th/10th/11th/12th (going into 12th)
-Debate Club for 9/10/11/12
-Yoga Club in 11th
-Diabetes Fundraising for 11th, possibly 12th
-Being An Informed Student club 9/10
-Math Honors Society for 10/11/12
-I have at least one job this summer that will likely continue through the school year
I plan on going into Chemical Engineering (maybe a minor in Comp Sci, depending on if I find any clubs/classes to teach me the basics this year) and I'm a white middle class female in NY.
I'm retaking the SAT in November and I'll probably take the ACT as soon as I can.
My sister is also joining the military, which may or may not be relevant.