Chances for Georgia Tech? High GPA, average SAT

<p>I'm a senior in the state of Georgia, and I have started applying to colleges; mainly GA Tech, UGA, and GSU. My top school is GA Tech, but I'm not sure I will get in or not. My intended major is Computer Science, and GA Tech is probably one of the best in my region. </p>

<p>My HS GPA: 3.915
Taken all honors, and 5 AP Classes in my high school career (3 APs as a senior right now)
SAT Scores:
600 Math
570 Writing
480 Reading</p>

<p>Cumulative: 1650</p>

<p>I'm not originally from the United States, and I think that's the main reason the SAT is tough for me. I can do fine in high school classes, but standardized tests are a pain.</p>

<p>Do you think I will be accepted into GA Tech with those SAT scores and that GPA?</p>

<p>If not, would GSU or Southern Poly. be better to transfer to GA Tech?
Please help, thank you!</p>

<p>I applied early admission and I find out this Friday from both Tech and UGA. We have somewhat similar stats. Your GPA is higher than mine, but my SAT is a lot higher than yours. My school is a very difficult prep-shcool so we have like 10 AP classes and I've only taken 3. I also aplied to GA State, but if someone interested in technology got denied from Tech I think Southern Polytech would be a better bet than GSU because it is easier to transfer from there(more recognizable, easier to transfer credits).</p>