Chance me for UCSD, UCSB, UC Davis, UC Irvine

Major: Bioengineering
Background: Asian Male from Competitive, High Ranked Public High School in California
UC UW 3.6 UC W 3.9
SAT: 1560
Bio M: 760
Math 2: 800
Will be taking SAT Physics in October
AP Physics 1: 4
AP Bio: 4
AP Stats: 5
Next Years APs: Calc AB (taking BC test as well), CSA, AP Lit
Strong ECs Biomed related
Very good personal insight questions (have been working on it since June)

Below a UC GPA of 4.0, will make any Engineering a tough admit even with a stellar SAT score. Since Engineering majors are highly competitive at the UC’s, you want your stats to fall above the averages. UC’s tend to be very GPA focused so if your GPA is the only problem area in your application, you have a chance at all these schools but make sure you identify a few safety schools to add to your list.

2018 Freshman admit rates for UC GPA of 3.80-4.19 capped weighted and not major specific:
UCB: 10%
UCLA: 9%
UCSD: 34%
UCSB: 38%
UCD: 41%
UCI: 38%
UCSC: 70%
UCR: 84%
UCM: 95%

2019 UC capped weighted GPA averages:
UCB: 4.23
UCLA: 4.25
UCSD: 4.23
UCSB: 4.16
UCI: 4.13
UCD: 4.13
UCSC: 3.96
UCR: 3.90
UCM: 3.73

2019 Data:
25th - 75th percentiles for SAT totals:
UCB: 1340-1540

UCLA: 1330-1550
UCSD: 1300-1520
UCSB: 1280-1520
UCD: 1230-1490
UCI: 1250-1510
UCSC: 1200-1450
UCR: 1130-1400
UCM: 1020-1290

with a sub 4 GPA, most of the UCs are unlikely. Your best shot will be UCR and UCM. There’s some subjectivity in UC admissions, since you have strong ECs and personal statements, apply to the others as well because, they could happen. Also apply to a couple of CSUs so you’ll have several options - SDSU and CPP would be at the top of my list
good luck

I think the previous two replies are being unrealistic, you will get into more than UCM and UCR, you have a near perfect SAT and as long as your grades are consistent you should get into the others except maybe UCB and UCLA, they are competitive like crazy