how likely am i going to get into ucs?

<p>So my situation is a little strange. I transferred from a public Canadian high school to a public California high school the summer between my sophomore and junior year, so there was a significant drop in my GPA after I transferred. When I was in Canada, I was learning through a trimester system/block system where each student had 8 classes, whereas in Cali I'm learning through a semester system. When the counselors entered my grades from canada they could only fit in 7 of my courses. I was wondering what are my chances of getting into UCLA, UCB, UCD, UCI, UCSD, UCSB, and UCR with my grades:</p>

<p>9th Grade:
Comp Studies 9 A<br>
English 9 A<br>
Studio Arts 2D 9 A<br>
Mandarin 9 A<br>
Mathematics Hon A<br>
Phys Ed 9 B<br>
Science 9 B </p>

<p>10th Grade:
EN 10 English A<br>
ML 10 Mandarin A<br>
BE 10 Bus Ed Gen A<br>
MA 10 Honours A<br>
PE 10 PE/Health A<br>
SC 10 Science B<br>
SS 10 Soc Stdies B </p>

<p>11th Grade: 1st semester
Alg II/Tri Hnrs H C+<br>
Begin Ceramics N A<br>
Biology AP H C- (3 pts when weighted in UC system)
Chinese III H H A- (5 pts weighted)<br>
Eng III Honors H C (3 pts weighted)<br>
Mod American Hist B </p>

<p>11tth Grade: 2nd semester
Alg II/Tri Hnrs H B+<br>
Biology AP H B (4 pts weighted)
Chinese III H H A+ (5 pts weighted)<br>
Eng III Honors H B- (4 pts weighted)<br>
Health N B+<br>
Mod American Hist A- </p>

<p>Although senior year doesn't count here are my 1st semester stats for it:
Art History AP B- (4 pts weighted)<br>
Chinese Lng/Clt Ap A- (4 pts weighted)<br>
Civics P A (5 pts weighted)<br>
Eng Lang/Comp Ap B+ (4 pts weighted)<br>
Calc AB H B (4 pts weighted)<br>
Statistics AP H B+ (4 pts weighted)</p>

<p>Unweighted GPA:3.29
Weighted GPA: 3.63</p>

<p>ACT: 29 comp , 33 English, 34 Math, 26 English, 23 Science, 8 on essay</p>

<p>SAT IIs:
Chinese 780
Math II 700</p>

<p>Near impossible for UCLA and UCB
High reach for UCSB and UCI
low reach for Davis and SD
possible match for UCR</p>

<p>Then again, these can vary depending on your essay and EC</p>