Can someone match me with some colleges?

<p>GPA 4.0 (weighted) top 5%
ACT 34 w/o writing 32 with writing
800 math 2 800 physics
No special awards but lots of sports(soccer captain)/math team leader
around maybe 30 hours of volunteer work this year
What are some schools that match/high match/low reach me?

<p>What do you want to major in?
What do you you like in a college (urban, suburban, rural, party scene)?
Can you be recruited for soccer?
What’s your ethnicity and state of residence?</p>

<p>There’s a lot of background that people need before you just ask for someone to recommend any college. Right now though, look into maybe some of the ivies as reaches/low reaches, top 20 schools like Georgetown or Duke for high matche/low reaches, and upper tier state schools like UNC or UVA for matches. However, without the information that would answer the questions I put above, my recommendations could be totally inaccurate</p>

<p>I want to major in either computer science or finance.
Honestly any decent college would do.
I don’t plan on playing soccer in college cuz honestly im not a big fan of soccer lul
I’m Asian and from IL.
Thanks brah</p>

<p>A high ranked engineering/business school that probably isn’t too far from you is University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, it’s not incredibly well known, but it’s strong in both of those areas (comp. sci and finance). What’s your unweighted gpa?</p>

<p>If I’m not wrong, you are Cantonese, right? lol</p>

<p>I agree that Michigan Ann Arbor is a good school, albeit a bit hard to get in imo. You should definitely aim that one.
Other than that, the standard engineering schools should all be at least applicable for your case, but I can’t say that they suit you. You have to find out yourself by research, self-evaluation, and an honest reflection on whether you are applying to a school just for its name or because you love it.
I think a good way to start is any random college search. Just google that and check through them. It should swiftly narrow you down to ~30 schools. Visit their websites and see if they suit you. Make a list of the schools you want to apply to and check out their blogs and so on.</p>