help me narrow down my list

<p>here are my stats:</p>

<p>HS graduation year: 2011
UW GPA: 3.5
Weighted: 3.8
SAT Composite: 1940
(should i take SAT II subject tests?)
Took 3 AP classes-- AP Biology, AP English, AP Calculus (i'll take these during my senior year, since my school didn't offer any before then) </p>

<p>EC's/awards:
Played JV tennis for 2 years, varsity tennis my senior year
Academic Spell Bowl team -- state finalists all 4 years, regional champions 3 years
Math team
National Finalist for 2 years in a row in a neuroscience competition
National Finalist for 2 years in a row in a public speaking competition
National Finalist for 2 years in a row in a essay writing competition
Marching Band State Runner up -- freshman year
Speech team for 2 years
National Society of High School Scholars
National Honors Society
FIRST Robotics team for 3 years -- won a regional championship in 2009 (had leadership position)
VEX Robotics team for 2 years -- won a regional championship in 2009
Rocket Club
Vice President of Chess Club
Played violin for 6 years, performed at various concerts</p>

<p>Volunteer Activities: (total = slightly over 100 hrs)
Assisted my tennis coach in coaching small children
Assisted my tennis coach in his adult tennis classes
Volunteered at a local hospital
Assisted the Salvation Army </p>

<p>i want to major in neuroscience (or biology with a concentration in neuro) and do pre-med. i really want a good research institution and places where good internships are offered. cost is not a factor
here are the colleges i've had in mind:</p>

<p>iu bloomington (i live in indiana)
case western reserve
university of rochester
university of pittsburgh
university of wisconsin
university of michigan
boston u
brandies
nyu
college of william and mary
johns hopkins (they have a 50% acceptance rate ED so i thought i'd try)
emory</p>

<p>which are the better ones out of this list? and which ones do i have a good chance of getting into?</p>

<p>bump.........</p>