CA Schools- Need help thanks

<p>Im so lost as to potential acceptance/denied schools. Here are the stats-
Soph year- 2 honors and one AP- Messed up big time this year. 1st sem. got 3.5 wieghted 2nd sem i got 3.65 wieghted. I wasnt invovled in many school activities, but voulnteered a lot.
Junior year i took 3 ap classes and calc. I got 4.15 both semesters. I recived many accolades and was very active in school. I was class president and was chosen as one of 6 school representaives out of 50.
UC GPA is 4.00
UNW- 3.65
Weighted- 3.85
Im a 3 year varsity athelte and have logged over 150 hours of community service soph/Jr year. Involved in basically every school activity my junior year. I even raised an animal for market at the local fair. Every day for 3 months spending each day and night feeding, walking and cleaning my animal. Also worked 100 hours at my fathers farm over my Soph year and 200 my JR year.
This summer Im taking two classes at city college (gov't and pub speaking) to help improve my UC GPA and make me more competitive.
ACT- 29- I took ACT Prep class, resulting in the drastic difference in ACT VS SAT
SAT- 1700
SAT II- Havent taken yet.
Im just lost as to where i might get accepted- I REALLY need some honest guidance as to where people believe i will get in. Few schools id like to look into if i had a chance- USC,UCLA,UCBerkeley,UCSB,SDSU,Pepperdine, UCI, and UCSD. Any reccomendations would also be great.
Honest opinions would be VERY GREATLY appreciated. Thanks</p>

<p>help please</p>

<p>bump please...</p>

<p>Any hooks? And state of residency?</p>

<p>No hooks. Full Armenian, CA.</p>

<p>Mr. Angalin? Help.</p>

<p>Why's this chance thread posted twice?</p>

<p>How is your UC GPA a 4.0 when you had a 3.65 soph year and a 4.15 junior year and only 8 terms of honors/APs can be weighted?</p>

<p>I would say Cal, LA and SD are unlikely as both GPA and scores are below average. D, I and SB are matches. In at the rest.</p>

<p>If you can raise your SAT score like 200 points you'd have a much better shot at these schools. If I were you, I would put my effort there instead of on two community college course to make you "competitive." A poor SAT score and a high GPA=a red flag to colleges. I say this as someone who was in your shoes before.</p>

<p>Here's where I think you stand right now:
USC- No.
UCBerkeley- No.
UCSB- Match.
SDSU - In.
Pepperdine- Low match (SAT score puts you in the lower half of admits, that's not a good place to be at a school with a 30% admit rate)
UCI- Low match (Again, SAT)
UCSD- No.</p>

<p>I wouldn't even waste the application money on USC, UCLA, Berkeley or UCSD unless you raise your SAT score.</p>