please recommend match schools for me!!

<p>hi, I am a rising senior and recently made a list of colleges that I want to apply to.
First off, my GPA is 4.0/4.0 (unweighted; 4.3 for weighted) and my SAT score is 2020.
(I don't have outstanding extracurriculars ... )</p>

<p>It was hard to pick reach schools but it's kinda hard to find decent schools that match my score.</p>

<p>I'm interested in studying economics/business. But I would like colleges that have a good general curriculum.</p>

<p>Please feel free to comment :)</p>

<p>Thank you,</p>

<p>Your SAT score and lack of EC's will "hurt" you, even at B+ schools. Probably need to know if you are white, what state you live in and exactly what EC's, CS, etc. you DO have.</p>

<p>Hello, and welcome.</p>

<p>For starters, you have excellent scores and GPA. Good job. Nothing will hurt you at B+ schools, don't worry. CC can be very elitist sometimes. To a lot of people here, 2200 scores are "nothing out of their reach." :rolleyes:
Anyways, more information may be helpful.
How about your location, the type of schools you would prefer (Urban or rural? Small or Big? Liberal Arts or Research institution?). Is prestige a big factor? Do you want to be close to parents?
What's your race? Do you want to go to a university where your race is well represented? </p>

<p>Answer all these questions (And anything more that will give us a clear picture of you). I'll see what I can do to help :)</p>

<p>Your SAT score won't hurt you, but a lack of extracurriculars will. When you say no 'outstanding' ones, I assume you mean that you've got one or two that you don't think are very good but that you've been involved in, and not just that you haven't been involved in one in at least junior and senior years? Because most schools, even with a high GPA and a high SAT, will not admit students who don't have any extracurriculars. (This did happen to a guy at my high school.) Admittedly, one that's fairly below your level might ignore it- but other than that....</p>

<p>But we do need more info- seconding #3.</p>