can i get into UC Davis UCLA or UCSB or NYU?

<p>Im currently a highscool junior
here are my records from 9th to 11th grade</p>

<p>weighted gpa=3.68
unweighted=3.4</p>

<p>(H)= HONORS
(AP)= advanced placement</p>

<p>9th grade| 1st sem. | 2nd sem.
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English (H) A A
Spanish 1ab A A
geometry A A
music tech B A
P.E A A
Life Skills A
Health B</p>

<p>10th grade| 1st 2nd
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Digital comp. A A
english (H) C B
algebra 2 B B
PE A A
(AP) Biology B C
world hist. B A</p>

<p>11th grade 1st 2nd
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Web design B A
(AP)english lang B A
(AP) spanish lang B A
TRG/math analysis C C
chemistry A A
(AP) us history C B</p>

<p>Future senior year classes
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AP english Lit
(H) Statistics
Virtual Business
AP Government
Leadership
AP Art history </p>

<p>SAT reasoning
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math: 550
reading:600
writing: 520
i will retake this again twice!! probably will end up with 1750+ </p>

<p>Extra Curricular
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50+ hours community service
2 years varsity tennis (captain)
1 year Varsity Baseball
Member of Society of hispanic professional engineers (SHPE)
in Year book hold position as Chief Editor
Vice President of Class of 2012
i am Latino
family has income less than 27,000
one brother in UCSB
i want to be a communications major ^_^</p>

<p>You have low scores, but you have URM status, so you get a bit of a boost.</p>

<p>In UCs, they can't have race quotas, so I don't think you will get into UCLA. I think UC Davis and SB are definitely a possibility. NYU is in reach too, just get your SAT scores up!!
Still apply to UCLA, you never know what will happen</p>

<p>I don't know if URM status helps much at state schools like UCs. If it did, they'd have a lot more URMs attending...which they don't. </p>

<p>What is your "UC GPA"....</p>

<p>It appears that UCLA is a long shot.</p>

<p>NYU won't be affordable...they won't give you decent aid.</p>