Graduate student wondering- Will I get in?

<p>Hello all, I am Alyssa, and I am currently applying to four different programs, UC Santa Barbara, CSU Sacramento, CSU Fresno, and CSU Eastbay for Fall 2012. I am applying to their school/educational psychology programs in hopes that I am qualified and will be accepted. I am also getting married this upcoming July, which means that it will also be a time of moving and adjustment. Because CSU Sac offers an Ed.S. and has a great local reputation, is close to our hometown, and my fiance is currently applying to UC Davis' PA program, I am really crossing my fingers for this one. Its really intimidating knowing that within the following months we are going to be experiencing so much change, so it would be nice to have some sense of security of where we may be headed.
Based on my following credentials, do you think its likely I will get in?
Undergrad:
B.A. in Psychology
Cumm GPA 3.72
Magna Cum Laude
Member of PSI CHI Honors society
Dean's List multiple semesters</p>

<p>Now here is the part I'm scared about:
GRE: Verbal 460, Quan 570, Analytical 4.0</p>

<p>Work experience:
I've been working in the school system as an after school program leader and other various classified positions for the past four years. (On my resume, I go through much more detail but I don't think I need to bore you all lol.)</p>

<p>I didn't do much volunteer work because I was working all through my undergrad, so I really didn't have anything worth mentioning on that.</p>

<p>Please be totally honest. I don't want to have my hopes up if I'm just going to get turned down. But if you do have a positive opinion, that's okay too! :)</p>

<p>Also, is there a website where I can compare myself to other admitted students of these programs on like a scatter plot or something? Apparently I'm a really visual person and would love to see it lol.</p>

<p>You should take these questions to the Grad School Forum. The folks there will be better able to advise you. Graduate</a> School - College Confidential</p>

<p>Good luck with everything!</p>