Any Chance for Binghamton Honors College?

SAT I (breakdown): 2010 (790M / 610R / 610W)
ACT: None
SAT II: 790 Chem, 800 Math 2C
Unweighted GPA (out of 4.0): 3.85
Rank (percentile if rank is unavailable): No rank
AP (place score in parenthesis): Euro (5), Chem (5), English Lang (3), U.S. History (4)
IB (place score in parenthesis): N/A
Senior Year Course Load: AP Lit, AP Calc BC, AP Econ, AP Gov't, AP Physics B, AP Computer Science, Chinese Language and Culture
Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): Toshiba Exploravision Honorable Mention</p>

Extracurriculars (place leadership in parenthesis): Cross Country (captain), Winter Track (captain), Spring Track (captain), Jericho Christian Club (founder), Art Honor Society (secretary), National Honor Society (member), Asian American Awareness (member), Peer Tutoring (member), and TBM (member)
Job/Work Experience: None
Volunteer/Community service: National Honor Society, Peer Tutoring, Asian American Awareness
Summer Activities: None. just reading books that I couldn't read during the school years and studying for the SAT.
Essays: Did not start writing yet. But according to my A.P. Composition grade, I would say it would be not excellent, but decent or so so.
Teacher Recommendation: Hopefully pretty good; one from AP Chem teacher and one from AP Composition teacher. In AP Chem class, I was a top rank student who had the highest average among his students (almost 100). My AP Composition teacher has known me for two years thus knows me very well since I came to America.
Counselor Rec: No clue
Additional Rec: N/A
Interview: Not yet</p>

State (if domestic applicant): NY
Country (if international applicant): USA
School Type: Public
Ethnicity: Asian American
Gender: Male
Income Bracket: less than $15K
Hooks (URM, first generation college, etc.): None</p>

Strengths: recommendation, interest in a variety of disciplines (even though i tend to have lower grade in english and social studies than math and science because of language barrier), grades (depending on the standard), SAT II
Weaknesses: SAT I (especially reading and writing), essays, work and research experience, extracurricular activities (such as community service)</p>