ooooo how i hate admissions

<p>other than elc, could you guys evaluate my qualifications so far?</p>

<p>Yeah, I think it must have been the transcript request form. I don't know because I didn't get one (too young).</p>

<p>Everything sounds great. There's not much more you can do now.</p>

<p>You'll do well in Berkeley, but you can also try applying for UC Irvine and Johns Hopkins. They have good courses for your interests.</p>

<p>IF you are ELC often UCI, UCSB and UC Davis will give you automatic admittance which takes a lot of pressure off. UCSD uses a "comprehensive review score" which is kind of interesting: UC</a> San Diego Comprehensive Review Admission Process: Freshman Selection, Fall 2010</p>

<p>Are you ELC-ed yet?</p>

<p>Thanks for helping with my question (<a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;)! I shall rate you now.</p>

<p>General advice: You should raise the SAT score, and take some more SAT IIs. Non-volunteer ECs need work overall (leadership role in your clubs!), but you are in sports (try for captain!) so you are helped out there. Great volunteer work and GPA (wish I could say the same about my GPA :P).</p>

<li>ucla- It's second to Berkley in the UC system, but I say you have a really good chance here.</li>
<li>cal- A fair chance (I'm guessing this is Berkley?), no guarantees though.</li>
<li>uc davis- safety</li>
<li>ucsd- safety</li>
<li>stanford- reach</li>
<li>harvard- reach (looking for leaders/presidents in the school)</li>
<li>yale- reach</li>
<li>john hopkins- reach (dad went there for postgrad, says it's not a nice undergrad experience)</li>
<li>brown- match (I don't feel like you're right for Brown though)</li>

<p>If you can, visit the colleges to get a 'feel' of the colleges. :)</p>