Chances. :) (UF, UC Berkely, USC)

<p>Just as an FYI, I'm not applying to get into crazy hard schools like ivy league, etc. UF is my top choice, and the other two are "just seeing if I get in". The real schools I will be applying to are Eastman School of Music, FSU, University of Alabama, and Auburn University.</p>

<p>Basics:
Junior
Female
White
Preferred major: Music theory/performance and astronomy</p>

<p>GPA:
Unweighted: 3.65
Weighted: 4.1
Rank: Top 10%</p>

<p>SAT: 1710 (I realize this is awful, and I will be taking it again next fall)
ACT: 29 (May retake for the 3rd time)</p>

<p>AP Exams: (don't know any scores yet)
Junior Year:
AP Calculus AB
AP Music Theory
AP Environmental Science
AP English Language and Composition
Upcoming Senior Year:
AP Calculus BC
AP English Literature
AP Psychology
AP Macroeconomics
AP US Gov't/Politics</p>

<p>Clubs/Organizations:
National Honor Society
Tri-M Music Honor Society (Secretary)
Chorus for 4 years (part of chorus cabinet)
Band for 4 years (Librarian for 1 year, secretary for 1 year, drum major for 1 year)
Possibly Mu Alpha Theta next year</p>

<p>Extra-curriculars:
Relay for Life
Art Museum volunteering
Local church volunteering
Music lessons/volunteering
Other random volunteering services for NHS
I will hopefully have a total of around 75 hours in order to qualify for the 100% bright futures scholarship by next fall.</p>

<p>Awards: All-State Reading Choir 9th, 10th, 11th, and will be 12th grade. All-State Band (Percussion) 10th grade. All-County Band (Percussion) 11th grade. All-County Jazz Band (Piano) 10th and 11th grade. I have also attended district and state solo and ensemble for both band and chorus.</p>

<p>Random talents: Piano player for 13/14 years, percussionist for 3, singing in choir for almost 5.</p>

<p>Academics are the only thing I worry about when it comes to getting in. I believe that if not for my academics, my music audition will get me at least a scholarship to the school.</p>

<p>EDIT: Also, I have a seasonal job at Universal Studios.</p>

<p>you should most likely be okay! the fact that you've taken so many AP courses will really impress a lot of schools, that means you took advantage of everything your school had to offer A MAJOR PLUS
and your ec's are outstanding. I say you're good to go :)</p>

<p>Good to know, thanks a lot! :)</p>