Chances at UVA, Berkeley, UChicago, UMichigan, or any Ivy

<p>UC GPA: 4.56
Unweighted GPA: 3.75-3.8
Weighted GPA: ~4.62</p>

<p>ACT score - 33</p>

<p>SAT II Scores
-US History: 760
-Biology M: 800
World History :780</p>


<p>-World History
-English Lang & Comp.
-U.S. History
-Government and politics
-English Lit & Comp (Senior year)
- biology
-Human Geography
-Art History
european History

<p>Which college are you applying to?
-Letters and Science</p>

<p>List a few of your most important ECs (a laundry list of 20+ items is not needed)
-on the board that helps draft the health class curricula
-varsity wrestling
-Science National Hornors Society
Mock Trial team
debate team
model UN
student government</p>

<p>What are my chances? thanks</p>

<p>You certainly are a match for Michigan.</p>

<p>but not the rest?</p>

<p>Michigan - In
UVA - Match
Berkeley - Match
UChicago - Reach (you have a poor quantitative background)</p>

<p>i'm sorry, what does 'quantitative' mean?</p>

<p>I don't know if most people can call UVa or Berkeley a match from OOS. Maybe low reach for you. Ivy's are a reach for everyone</p>

<p>Are you OOS for Berkeley or UVa? I disagree with Recharge, though. You've got a semi- decent shot at Berkeley and UVa (OOS -- maybe; IS -- in) especially if you nail your AP exams; if not, that will change things a bit. The ivys are a crap shoot; who knows! You might get into one...might get waitlisted...might get into a never know. If you're from an underpopulated state (ex. ND or WY) or you're a URM, your chances are greater. The same holds true for U of C unless you apply early. Good luck!</p>

<p>Did you have to put the EXACT, SAME chance thread?!
What is the point of this?</p>