Chance me for Vanderbilt, Rice, UChicago, WashU, USC, Welseyan, Wellesley pleasee

<p>I go to a high school in California. It's ranked #2 in the state & #4 in the nation. </p>

Math: 720
Reading: 700
Writing: 770
Total: 2190</p>

<p>SAT II:
Math: 780
US History: 790
Korean: 800</p>

<p>AP Tests:
AP Calc AB: 5
AP Calc BC: 4
AP Language: 5
AP Lit: 5
AP Bio: 4
AP Psych: 5
AP Gov: 5
AP Chem: 4</p>

Unweighted: 3.72 out of 4.00
Weighted: 4.12 out of 4.3
there is no such thing as ranks at my school o_o weird, i know.</p>

<p>Course Load: (my school does not offer AP classes prior to junior year)
(these are all my academic classes. i have electives, but not as important)</p>

<p>9th: Honors Biology, Honors Alg. 2/Trig, Honors English I, Honors Spanish II
10th: Honors Chemistry, Honors Pre-Calc, Honors English II, Honors Spanish III, Honors World History/ Geography
11th: AP Biology, AP Calculus AB, AP Language & Comp, APUSH, symphony orchestra, & stupid career class that's not even weighted -_-
12: AP Chem, AP Psych, AP Calc BC, AP Lit, AP Gov/Econ, [stupid career class we are forced to take], symphony orchestra</p>

President of school's Red Cross (2 years as president, 4 years in club)
Captain of Lincoln-Douglas Debate Team (2 years as captain, 3 years in club)
Symphony Orchestra (2 years in Symphony, 2 years in Intermediate)
Varsity Soccer (3 years in Varsity, 1 year in JV)
Club Soccer (9 years)
Piano (10 years, Certificate of Merit Level 9)
Intern at St. Jude's Medical Hospital (3 years)
Intern at UT Austin during the summer
National Honors Society (3 years)</p>

Korean (fluent: write, speak, read)
Spanish (semi-fluent: write, read, speak)</p>

<p>Asian Female</p>

<p>schools i want to apply to: Vanderbilt, Rice, UChicago, WashU, USC, Welseyan, Wellesley</p>

<p>Not weird that there are no ranks. Schools do it so that students who rank higher than others cannot be accepted over the other soley based on rank. It's more fair.</p>

<p>Your GPA and SAT scores are lower than the averages for these schools. You have a lot of school involvement and good hobbies. The only thing that separates you from other candidates in your EC's are your internships. Overall, these schools are reaches for everybody, and you are an average applicant.</p>

<p>yeah haha i know im pretty average, but thank you for taking the time to chance me! :</p>

<p>you have a good shot at USC! good luck :) chance back? <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>