1200 SAT...Please help!!

<p>stats:
*Mexican American Female
*1st language: Spanish
*SAT- math:590
verbal:610
*ACT-28 composite
*competitive high school with a strong education in health sciences
( rank:49 out of 145)
* Advanced courses taken:
Government AP, Economics AP, US History AP, Spanish IV AP, Spanish V<br>
AP, AP Calculus AB, World History AP, Chemistry AP
* Concurrent enrollment courses:
Composition I, Government I, Government II, Computer Literacy, College
Algebra, Psychology, Art Appreciation, Kinesiology, Medical Terminology.
*Member of Health Occupations Students of America, 4 years
*Member of Pan American Student Forum, 3 years
*Co- founder and Vice President of Science Club
* Bilingual( can read, write, and understand Spanish)
*Recieved 1st place in Pharmacology competition
* Dean's List for Concurrent enrollment</p>

<p>I am a senior and I am currently looking at:
- UT Austin
-Baylor University
- St. Edward's University
- University of Rochester
-University of Michigan
-Barnard College</p>

<p>What are my chances?!! Please help...
I plan to enter pre-med and major in biochemistry
any other schools which have a good program would be great!
Thanks.</p>

<p>all match except
barnard- high reach
umich- possible reach</p>

<p>UT Austin...Match
Baylor University...Match/Safety
St. Edward's University...Safety
University of Rochester...Match
University of Michigan...Match (IF you apply Now!)
Barnard College...Match/Reach</p>

<p>Also look at:
Scripps
Mt. Holyoke
Smith
Trinity</p>

<p>Just my 2 cents.</p>

<p>All matches, banard may be a reach. Make sure you indicate your race on the appliaction as this can help you.</p>

<p>You may also want to add the University of San Diego (USD) to your list. Its biology and chemistry departments are strong, and last fall it opened an amazing new science and technology center. The school has a good reputation and one of the most beautiful campuses on the west coast. It also has a nice size (7,000 undergrad and grad), and is located in San Diego, a fun city. The school is private, but generous with financial aid. USD would be a match for you.</p>