Chance me for UCs?

<p>I would really appreciate it if anyone can chance me for each UC campuses. Currently, I am applying to Berkley, Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Irvine, and Davis. Will I be likely to be accepted into Berkley or Los Angeles? And which campuses would be safety schools for me?</p>

<p>Thanks!</p>

<p>weighted GPA: 4.46
unweighted GPA: 3.91
California resident</p>

<p>ACT: 30 composite (28 English, 34 Math, 28 Reading, 29 Science)
SAT II: 760 Math II, 680 U.S. History
AP: 4 U.S. history</p>

<p>ECs:
- treasurer of a club in school for one year, spends about two hours weekly planning activities
- volunteered at local library all four years for about 50 hours total
- around 170 hours of work experience as Tutor at Kumon Learning Centers</p>

<p>Awards:
- Honor Roll all 4 years
- QuestBridge Finalist 2011 ~ 2012</p>

<p>Etc:
- First generation Asian immigrant
- First generation college student
- Household income <$25,000</p>

<p>Comment
I had only taken 2 AP courses - Calculus AB and U.S. History. I go to a really small charter school, and those are they only two they offer. Will this put me at a disadvantage?</p>

<p>Thanks</p>

<p>Good chance at all - definitely getting in at SB, Irvine, and Davis. B and LA are random with one another so you'll have to see about that.</p>

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- First generation Asian immigrant
- First generation college student
- Household income <$25,000

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Make sure to mention all this in your essay and your school background. UCs review applicants in context of your background, so I would think you have good chances in all. Hopefully you took the most rigor classes offered at your HS.</p>

<p>@CheesePuffPoppin
Thanks!</p>

<p>@fall2016parent
Should I include those information directly into my personal statements when possible, or should put them into the additional information box?</p>