Chances at Stanford, Berkeley, Oregon, Washington, UCLA etc?

<p>Hi guys, I was wondering if you could chance me at those schools mentioned above (will mention them at the bottom again).</p>

<p>Gender: F
Grade: 11
State: California
School: Catholic private school, very small school, but 100% of graduating seniors last year went to a 4 year college</p>

<p>Grades: </p>

<p>10th grade, didn't do as well as I would have liked: 3.85/4.14 (W/UW)
11th grade: 4.0/4.83 (I got 4.83 first semester, and it looks like it will be the same second semester)</p>

<p>Overall: 3.9/4.47
SAT: 2310</p>


<li>Part of a church volunteer group: lots of community service like making gifts, feeding hungry, etc (over 100+ hours)</li>
<li><p>Speak to groups of elementary school kids
Main EC: Track/Cross country</p></li>
<li><p>4 years (well, as of next year) of track/cross country</p></li>
<li><p>3 time XC Nationals Qualifier (1 time National Champion)</p></li>
<li><p>3 time US. XC Jrs. winner</p></li>
<li><p>3 time CA state champion in XC (Division 5)</p></li>
<li><p>2 time CA state champion in track (for the specific event)</p></li>
<li><p>Medaled (top 3) at Nike Outdoor Nationals for track</p></li>
<li><p>won US. Jrs. Track (for the specific event)</p></li>
<li><p>Medaled (top 3) at World Jrs. for Track (for the specific event)</p></li>

<p>Chances for schools like Stanford, Berkeley, UCLA, Oregon, Washington, etc.? Thanks!</p>

<p>satII and ap's?</p>

<p>oregon, washington, i think you'll do fine</p>

<p>for UCLA and Berk it also depends on your satII and ap scores</p>

<p>Good job on track, but you have very few EC's. That's going to hurt you at Stanford.</p>

<p>Stanford - High Reach
Berkeley -Reach
UCLA - Reach
Oregon - Match
Washington - Match</p>

<p>If you get those EC's up, you will have better chances.</p>

<p>In overall community service, I have 100+ hours; and have been actively involved in the group for years (as mentioned). The thing is, track/cross country takes up a LOT of my time as I run about 50-60 miles per week and try to swim 3-5 times a week as well, to compliment my running (so a lot of the time, I wake up very early in the morning, go for a run, go to school, then in the afternoon do another run or swim/bike, and then study, etc).</p>

<p>EDIT: I forgot to mention that I am also the officer of a small club at school.</p>

<p>Could anyone else chance? Thanks.</p>

<p>I seriously doubt you're Jordan Hasay, so why are you posting here?</p>

<p>If you were, you'd be aiming for a solid-tiered D1 running school at the very least, and most, if not all the schools on the list would recruit you for their respective track programs, so no need to fret about EC's.</p>