Chance me for schools I've already applied to??

<p>Right now I am just trying to get a general idea of what I should expect, or if I should expect to get into any schools I'm applying to RD :)
I really appreciate anyone's input, but keep in mind I've already sent in these apps so even if I wasted my time there's no going back now!</p>

M: 720
CR: 800
W: 690</p>

M: 34
english: 36
everything else: mediocre
composite: 32</p>

<p>SAT IIs
Math 2: 640 :(
Bio: 670
Chem: 650 :(
US history: 720</p>

<p>GPA: 4.35 W, 3.9 UW
rank 22 out of 790 at public high school</p>

<p>ECs: science & medicine concentration program (extracurricular; involved internship), 2 years cheerleading and competive tumbling (stopped due to injury), lead in school musical, 2 years drama, 1 year choir, in several other school productions, NHS, CSF, president/founder of school's italian club, YMCA volunteer, surf camp instructor, 500+ hours of community service total, several other small ECs</p>

<p>Essays: good but not outstanding</p>

<p>Letters of rec: nothing special</p>

<p>Misc: 3rd gen Brown legacy, deferred from Tulane, White</p>

<p>Schools: Duke, Rice, Brown, Penn, U Chicago, Northwestern
(I also applied to several safeties and UCs that I know I will get into)</p>

<p>Duke High Reach
Rice High Reach
Brown Low Reach
Penn High Reach
U Chicago High Reach
Northwestern High Reach</p>

<p>Your weak ECs, essays, and letters of recommendation will greatly reduce your chances in these highly competitive schools. Remember: everyone at these selective schools has good SAT/ACT and GPA, so you have to have good essays, ECs, etc. in order to get accepted.</p>

<p>What’s your safety? You just can’t have all reaches on your list!</p>

<p>U Chicago is reachable if you write stellar essays, though.</p>

<p>Thanks for your input!
I did say I applied to safeties I just didn’t list them. I applied to U of Miami, Cal Poly SLO, and UC San Diego. Also applied to cal</p>