assist me quickly please

<p>I live in new jersey and I go to a difficult prep school my GPA is around a 3.4 unweighted I think I have an 86 average </p>

<p>I got a 680 math sat 650 grammar and 630 English</p>

<p>I have been playing a varsity sport for 3 years and have participated in the tech crew in the play. </p>

<p>This summer I am getting an job with my dad as well as doing lots of community service </p>

<p>Is their any way I could get into university of Miami, Tulane Boston university or university of Colorado</p>

<p><a href="http://www6.miami.edu/planning-research/CDS0910.pdf%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www6.miami.edu/planning-research/CDS0910.pdf&lt;/a>
^University of Miami common data set
scroll down and you will see the academic statistics for accepted students.
It appears that your gpa might be a little low based on their common data set, but you still have a decent shot---especially if you have a good class rank (which takes into consideration your gpa relative to others in your high school)</p>

<p>Tulane</a> Admission: Getting Into Tulane
^Info for Tulane</p>

<p>QuickGuide</a> | Boston University Admissions
^Boston University Info</p>

<p>CU-Boulder</a> Common Data Set 2009-10
^common data set for Univ. of Colorado</p>

<p>Compare your statistics up against those in the links. Be sure to understand that nothing is guaranteed. In other words, just because one may find his/her statistics in the ballpark, it doesn't mean a guaranteed chance of acceptance.</p>

<p>Miami reports the weighted GPA on their common data set, even though it specifically says to report the unweighted GPA. So it is hard to tell what their actual average GPA is. However, Miami tracks very closely with Tulane stats wise, so using that (admittedly somewhat tenuous) assumption, Tulane has a 3.5 average unweighted GPA. Miami has a slightly higher precentage of students that graduated in the top 10% of their class last year (63% vs. 60.2% for Tulane, according to Princeton Review), so their average GPA might be slightly higher, although not necessarily.</p>