Chances of getting into top bioengineering/ biomedical engineering grad programs

I just want to know what are my chances of getting into some good biomedical engineering/bioengineering graduate programs. I will be applying this Fall and I would like to know the admission statistics for the following programs: </p>

<p>1) Stanford University - Bioengineering
2) UCSD - Bioengineering
3) UC Berkeley - Bioengineering
4) USC - Biomedical engineering
5) UCLA - Bioengineering
6) Johns Hopkins - Biomedical engineering</p>

<p>I am mostly looking at schools in California.</p>

<p>So here are some details: I am a 3rd year pursuing a bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering from UC Davis. I have a 3.756 GPA (cumulative) and 3.74 engineering GPA as of Winter quarter 2010. I am currently an undergraduate researcher in the Applied Science engineering department and I did MEMS/microfabrication related research for a quarter in the biomedical engineering department. I also have an internship experience in a biotech company. I am part of two honor societies: Tau Beta Pi (elected during my 2nd year -- this honors is extended to the top 8% of junior standing engineering students) and Phi Kappa Phi (elected during my 3rd year -- this honors extended to the top 7.5% of 3rd year students regardless of the major). I've been on the Deans Honor list consecutively since freshmen year. I haven't taken the GREs yet and I plan on taking the test during the summer. Can someone tell me (based on the info that I've provided about my grades and research experience) what chances I have in getting into the grad programs I've listed above. I know getting into Stanford University and JHU will be hard because there as candidates with near 4.0 GPAs who apply but I just want to know some statistics and your input is appreciated!</p>