Chance and Advice wanted, please!


<p>I am an upcoming junior. I know it's a bit early for this to be a true indicator, but I was wondering where I stood in terms of getting into my dream colleges. I was also wondering what I need to improve on to achieve my goals. I would greatly appreciate it if I could be chanced and given advice! Thank you, in advance! :)</p>

<p>Ethnicity: Asian (Indian)
Gender: Female</p>

<p>GPA: 4.0 unweighted, 4.47 weighted
Rank: 7 out of 487 (top 2% and top 10)
SAT: 2150 (will definitely retake, took this without studying, hoping for a 2250+ with studying)
SAT II: I just took Math II and History and am awaiting my results. Based on practice tests, I am expecting an 800 in Math II and a 750 in WH. I will take a science one soon (either Biology or Chemistry), and I think I will get at least a 750+ on that
-AP Computer Science - 4
-AP Human Geo- (haven't got results, I'm absolutely positive I got a 5 though)
-AP World History- (haven't got results, I'm absolutely positive I got a 5 though)
-AP Music Theory- ((haven't got results, hoping for a 4)
-I'm taking AP US History, AP English, AP Calculus BC, AP Physics B, and AP Biology next year (for sure)
-Planning to take anywhere from 13-18 AP courses.
-Was in the G/T program in my school since the 2nd grade. Not sure how much colleges will care, but the GT program was more rigorous than the normal AP/Pre-AP program and every bit of info counts, right? :)</p>


-Won 3 trophies for festivals
-Competed in UIL competitions 6 times- 3 I+s, 2 Is, and 1 II+ (I+ is best, goes down to a 5)
-Competed in the Guild competition: Local level the first time, State level the second time, going for Nationals this year.</p>

-Currently a green II belt, expecting at least a brown (hopefully black) belt by appliction time
-Got 2 Gold trophies in a local competition
-2 Silvers in state competition
-2 Bronzes in the national level competition
-I conduct classes at my sensei's dojo and train some of the smaller children. If things go well, I might have my own small dojo running when I get my brown belt.
-Volunteered by helping a Woman's Self Defense class and by conducting local tournaments</p>

-Vice-President of Spanish Club
-Treasurer of Chinese Club
-Part of Best Buddies branch, in which I have played a major part (we don't really have positions)</p>

-Sadly, not too much. I have a pathetic amount of about 30 hours...
-Volunteered at my Karate dojo, as mentioned before
-Trying out for Green Cord next year. If my goal is met, I should have 150+ hours by application time.</p>

-Placed best in school in the MathCounts competition
-Academic Decathalon (I will be doing this next year, for sure, and hopefully year after next)</p>

<p>I was wondering what my chances would be, with these stats, for:
-Penn (Wharton, preferably. My dad went to Wharton, so I'm somewhat of a legacy? :p)
-John Hopkins
-UC Berkeley (or any of the UC's, really)

<p>I'm honestly not too sure what I want to major in, but I'm thinking business/engineering dual major, or maybe medicine...</p>

<p>Thank you so much, again! :) I'm not too experienced, but I will chance you back, if you ask!</p>

<p>Your chances look decent for any of those schools but you may want to get a safety or two on the list when you start to apply.</p>

<p>Thank you so much! :)</p>

<p>I actually go to a Texas Public School, so my safety will probably be UT/A&M, both of which have to accept me due to the top 10 rule.</p>

<p>BUMP! Please help me out!</p>

<p>BUMP! 10char</p>

<p>Bump! Please, chance me and help me out!</p>

<p>I'm going to give this one last bump because I'm desperate for more replies! PLEASE help me out! PLEASE!!! I'll even chance you back, if you'd like!!</p>

<p>Wharton should consider you a legacy, and you're strong enough to be admitted as you are (a friend of mine made the waitlist with a lower SAT score), but I would retest.
Stanford might be a gamble, but worth applying, and same with Berkeley, just because you're not from California.
Rice and Johns Hopkins seem like excellent fits (Rice is my first choice!)
Good luck on your testing.</p>

<p>Thank you, hikaricore! :) I'm planning to retest the SAT in January/February.</p>