I’m from Australia, and I decided that I am 100% going to study at a US university because I want that college life experience - something we don’t have in Australia. I want to study in California or an Ivy. I’m looking at Stanford but I’m not sure if I am qualified enough. Anyway these are my stats: Please help me compile a top ten list of low, target and reach schools. The school must have a nice campus, large cohort, good social atmosphere and in a nice area.
SAT II: German self-taught - 770, Math II - 780
Unweighted GPA: Don’t really have GPA in Australia, but our curriculum in upper school (Junior and Senior years) are vigorous, equivalent to first year at university. These are my subjects, I’m doing most of the hardest ones: Maths Methods (2nd highest - incredibly difficult), Literature, Chemistry, Human Biology, Economics, Politics and Law. Imagine it this way, just put an AP in front of all of them, and even then the level might not be the same.
Rank: top 12%
AP: Senior year I took APs because I chose my upperschool subjects to correlate with the APs. I took: Calculus AB , Macroeconomics , Microeconomics  and Chemistry 
[ *] Major Awards (USAMO, Intel etc.): Not that major - My First Speech Australian Parliament Winner (national), CPA Business Plan competition winner (national), my app/company is ranked top 10 in iTunes store and has been featured in Forbes, Business Insider, Huffington Post, Mashable ect, gave local tedX talk.
[ *] Extracurricular: Running my company/app (10 contracted employees), mocktrials (this is only a half year thing, its not full year, participated from grade 10-12, mocktrials is only availble to grades 10+), peer tutoring (10-12, only available to grade 10+), local youth club (organise events for communtiy ect, volunteering), Gifted and Talented Art (8-end of 10)
[ *] Job/Work Experience: My company?
[ *] Volunteer/Community service: ~ 60h
[ *] Intended Major: Economics - I keep changing.