help...what're my chances?

<p>I'll chance back if you're applying to California schools:)</p>

<p>I'm going to be a senior (2011) this coming year and I'm going to apply to
Cal State Long Beach, Cal Poly Pomona, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, UC Davis, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, UC Santa Cruz, and UC Irvine. (maybe one or two more)</p>

<p>total GPA: 4.34 (weighted), 3.38 (unweighted)
AP courses taken: Biology (score: 3), Psychology, U.S History, and English Language and Comp.
AP courses I'm going to take: Gov. and Econ, English Literature, Calculus, and Physics
non-AP courses are honor classes.
Part of the yearbook staff.</p>

<p>SAT: 1640 (going to raise it up)
ACT: not yet
SAT2: Bio : 690
U.S History: 640
Math2: 620 (going to retake)</p>

Cross country and Track (2 years)
going to do track in spring 2011
Junior Class Senate
Senior Class Senate
Red Cross Board (publicity one year, canteen one year)
Camp staffer in summer 2011 (maybe)
Red Cross Public Relations Board at OC RC Chapter (maybe)
Piano Certificate of Merit (level 10)
I tutor in Algebra II for my friends</p>

<p>What're my chances for these schools?</p>

<p>i dont see you not getting into any of those colleges...</p>

<p>I agree - you've got a good shot on all of them</p>

<p>even with Calpoly SLO?</p>

<p>I agree with everybody above me.</p>

<p>Cal State Long Beach:match
Cal Poly Pomona:in
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo:slight reach
UC Davis:high match
UC Riverside:in
UC Santa Barbara:high match due to SATs
UC Santa Cruz:match
UC Irvine:With improved SATs: match
Only flaws are unweighted gpa and test scores. Improve your SATs near 2000 or higher if possible and your competitive. If your UC GPA is above 3.7, then your match for UCSD if you apply.</p>

<p>thank you all:)</p>