Berkeley School of Engineering?

<p>Stats alone:</p>

<p>UC GPA 4.1 (bad physics grade, though)
SAT I 1510/1600
SAT II 800 (M2C), 780 (Wrt), 790</p>

<p>Admissions officers would be on crack if you are in-state and they reject you. Even if you are out of state, you should have no problem, but you never know.</p>

<p>I'm in-state.</p>

<p>However, some things to consider:</p>

<li><p>While I do have decent ECs (ex. 300 hours of community service) and have spent time on my essays, I didn't even make ELC (Elig. in local context). My graduating class this year is unusually strong, but there are no excuses...</p></li>
<li><p>Among people from my school denied (from UCB) last year include
One person with a 4.6 wt GPA and 1300s SAT (probably the reason)
One with a 4.4 GPA, 1400s SAT, and 800s and writing and M2C.
I don't know about their ECs, essays, or intended majors.</p></li>

<p>Other than that, however, things do look fairly reassuring (thanks, johnst). Regardless, I've heard that the college of engineering is the hardest one to get into, thus my concerns.</p>

<p>You have a 1600 and 800 Math IIC score. Your in-state. If you don't get in, shoot yourself.</p>

<p>1510 out of 1600 (the /1600 was there to show that I took the old vs. the new SAT, etc.)</p>

<p>Oh ok. Nonetheless, 1510 is suffice for in-state.</p>