help me figure out schools please? :(

<p>hey guys, just wanted to get some chances!
i have a 3.8 UW gpa, 4.2 weighted (10 AP's through HS)
ACT: 35 Composite (35 E 35 M 36 R 32 S)
SAT II: taking Math 2, literature and chemistry (should i take world history too?) but i'm expecting to get about a 750 on all, except 800 on math.
NMF, NHS 2 years (probably president/vice president senior year)
2 years of tennis (captain 1 year)
1 year football
2 years basketball
1 year pole vault (freshman county champion)
3 years lacrosse (captain 1 year JV)
I volunteer at sunday school every weekend, and in the summers i paint murals and plant gardens in detroit</p>

<p>I'm white (jewish).</p>

<p>I am applying to:
University of Michigan (double legacy, both parents graduate)
University of Pennsylvania (double legacy, both parents undergrad) (maybe ED)
Northwestern ED
University of Chicago
MSU (safety)

<p>chance me?! thanks!</p>

<p>bump, help me please!!</p>

<p>percentages would be amazing, especially if you know what's up</p>

<p>uw gpa is a little low for the better schools on your list, and extracurriculars are as well, but your test scores are good so I think UMich would be a match. I would say upenn, uchicago, stanford, brown, duke, and MIT are all high reaches though</p>

<p>Isn't the UPenn ED deadline passed already, and how can you apply to Northwestern ED as well?</p>

<p>You have a good GPA, an amazing ACT score, and decent EC's. I'd say:
University of Michigan - Match
University of Pennsylvania - Reach, Ivies are unpredictable
Northwestern ED - High Target
University of Chicago - High Target
Stanford - Reach
Brown - Reach
Duke - Reach
MSU - Your in
MIT - Reach</p>

<p>When it comes to top 20 schools, there is no telling who they will accept. They get thousands of applicants a year who are near perfect on paper so they weight in other things like essay, interview, and EC's. Your a stellar student, good luck.</p>

<p>Chance me please:
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