Chance Me! Any feedback would be appreciated!

<p>A little background: Asian-American, first generation </p>

<p>Major: Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Humanities
Weighted GPA: 3.51 UC GPA: 3.53</p>

<p>Class-rank: N/A (I don't think my school ranks but I do know I am in the top 50% or even higher)
SAT: To be determined
ACT: To be determined
No SAT Subject Tests</p>

<p>Extracurricular activities:
- Avid sport analyst for 3 years - committed over 1000 hours of my time
- +100 of mis. community service
- Gamer for 8 years - won competitions at the community level
- a few other things</p>

<p>Teacher Recommendation: One of the most pleasant students to have ever taught (multiple replies)</p>

<p>Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!</p>

<p>I wouldn't think too much about this quite yet as you have no test scores yet. Your long list of ECs will help, and 1st Generation is something UC schools tend to like. Additionally, I'm under the impression that freshman year grades don't count (other than to give 'hollistic' schools greater context as to your academic history). All in all, I think the safest thing for you to do in order to have a great chance at UCSD is to score in the 700s on your SAT/Subjects (assuming your GPA figures are accurate).</p>

<p>Yep, my GPA figures are accurate because my counselor gives an up to date transcript each new semester. In addition, my PSAT score is a decent 215 (720 on reading, 640 on writing, and 790 in math). Aiming for that 2400! :)</p>

<p>Anyways, thanks for the advice!</p>