Please chance me!! W&M, UVA, George Mason, and UNC Chapel Hill

<p>I am a white female who lives in Virginia. I'll be a senior this fall.
Straight A's- GPA is about 4.6, ranked 2nd in class of 700+ students
9th grade: Honors English, Honors World Civilizations, Geometry, Chemistry, Spanish II, Human Growth and Development, and Physical Education
10th grade: AP World Civilizations, Honors English, Honors Algebra II/Trig, Honors Biology, Spanish III, Physical Education, and Journalism I
11th grade: AP U.S. History, AP English Language, AP Biology (counts as 2 classes), Spanish IV, Precalculus, and Newspaper
12th grade (classes I plan to take): AP Gov., AP English Lit, AP Calc BC, AP Psychology, AP Spanish Lang, Honors Physics, and Newspaper</p>

2140 total (720 Reading, 680 Math, 740 Writing)
Subject tests: 730 World History, 800 Biology (and I plan to take one in Spanish this fall)</p>

National Junior Honor Society (9th and 10th grade)
National Honor Society (11th and 12th grade)
Key Club (9th-12th grade; officer in 10th grade)
Newspaper (11th and 12th grade; is a class but requires after school time as well); I will be a managing editor of the school paper next year
Spanish Governor's School for 3 weeks (right after 11th grade ended)</p>

<p>One more thing: I just did an interview at W&M.
I plan to apply early action to GMU and UVA, and regular decision to W&M and Chapel Hill.</p>

<p>I appreciate any feedback, including any suggestions about other colleges I could apply to, preferably those on the East Coast.
Thank you!</p>

Chapel Hill-Match</p>

<p>Bear in mind that this is based on available info from 2009</p>

<p>Other schools to consider:
Boston College, NYU, Brandeis
Your scores fall comfortably into the 25%-75% range for these schools</p>

<p>Can I bother you to chance back?
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<p>I had the same SAT, GPA, and level of extracurrics and I got into UVA and W&M. Don't sweat it.</p>

<p>Pretty sure you can do EA or UNC as well (they are also common app now so no new applications :)</p>

<p>Two years ago UNC had EA1 and EA2; not sure if they still do or not. I would apply early to UNC too.</p>

<p>Thanks so much for telling me about EA at Chapel Hill-- I hadn't heard about that.</p>