I don't really know if this is the right forum for me since i'm an American citizen and technically not an international student but here I go.
So basically I moved from the California to India after completing the 10th grade due to personal issues in my household. This huge shift was a great change in my life and has changed it completely. My parents enrolled me in a popular State board school for nerds who study for IIT and NEET at tuitions, and I myself attend one. I live alongside my mother and brother while my father lives alone in California (due to his job). However after staying here for a while, I believe that the right choice for me would be to apply for colleges in the USA. I have a couple of questions to ask and I'll also be giving my statistics. I'm tensed about one factor, and that is the 11th marks. Directly shifting from California to India and getting familiar with state board testing has been a challenge for me and my marks have come out satisfactory which I believe can set me back from getting admission. I don't know how they'll be judging me but I'll give my statistics and my percentage average.
10th: 3.66 Unweighted GPA, 3.83 Weighted (2 B's) 91 percent average when converted, One AP with score of 3 (AP World History)
11th: 85 percent average (estimated since I got 85 percent in midterms) I don't know if it's converted to GPA or something but online percentile conversions label it as a 4.0, but I'm not all that sure about that.
12: Haven't begun yet
SAT: 1480(1 attempt) Essay score: 6/6/7 SAT Math 2: 780 TOEFL: 111 ( Planning on taking SAT 2 Physics)
Extracurriculars: Basketball team captain, 2nd and 3rd place at multiple tournaments, 100+ hours of volunteering and library work, Math Club member, Speech and Debate Team member, Programming Club member, played piano for 6 years while competing in multiple tournaments, proficient at Python
Colleges I will be applying to ( I'm split between two majors, those being Economics ( because I want to do an MBA in the future) and Computer Science):
UC Davis (for Economics), UC Santa Cruz (Computer Science), UC Santa Barbara(Computer Science),
UC San Diego ( Computer Science), UIUC (Economics)
UC Irvine (Computer Science), SJSU (Software Engineering) Purdue University(undecided between Economics and Computer Science), UCLA ( I know I wont get in but whatever (Economics)), Northwestern University(Here too) Economics).
If you guys can give me any advice or information on how I'll be judged, my chances, it'd be really appreciated. It's really stressful for me and I sometimes I just feel like I'm behind and that I have no shot at anything. Thanks. (UC Davis,UC Santa Barbara and Purdue are my main target schools so info on them would be great.)