Italian list so far!!!

<p>Ok thank you for all your help this my list so far:
Major;science or tv/film
USC
Northwestern
Syracuse university
Boston College
pomona
southern methodist university
Chapman
CMU
Stanford
cal poly pomona..
Now guys help me put them on reach safety match.</p>

<p>ACT:math:34 Sci:35 reading:35 engl:33
Sat1:no
SAT2: French 750 Math:750 Physics 700
TOEFL:255
GPA:B+
Private school
took most of the hardest classes.</p>

<p>i forgot also on my list
LMU
Santa clara university
Colgate
trinity university</p>

<p>Hey came on guys i need to finish my list!!!</p>

<p>It's hard to decipher GPA in a vacuum without any context of what a corresponding class rank would be. I don't know what the conversion from ACT to SAT is exactly, but I'm guessing those scores would be the equivalent of around 1420, which would be far above the 75% range at LMU, Santa Clara, Trinity University, Chapman, Syracuse, SMU, Cal Poly Pomona, above average for Colgate, Northwestern, USC, BC and a little below average for Stanford and Pomona. I know Syracuse and USC have well respected programs in communications type specialities, but except for Northwestern being renowned for journalism, don't know of any of those other schools have tv/film type programs. A school like Colgate would be strong in the sciences (as certainly Stanford and Pomona would be too), but is the exact opposite of schools like USC and SMU, which are large schools in large cities in warm weather places. So, while Colgate could be a great school for you, I wonder why it is so dis-similar from all the other schools you've listed and you have no other Colgate-type schools (Dartmouth, Williams, Bowdoin, Middlebury, Colby, Hamilton, Bucknell) on your list.
USC
Northwestern
Syracuse university
Boston College
pomona
southern methodist university
Chapman
CMU
Stanford
cal poly pomona..</p>