<p>I have a list of 8 schools, and I want to know if I have enough reaches (2), matches (4), and safeties (2). </p>

<p>Is that how my list is looking?</p>

UMiami (EA)

GPA: 3.45UW/3.76W---UC GPA 3.5
SAT: ~1800-2000 (estimated)
RANK: Top 5-7%</p>

<p>Courses: HL Pre-Calc, AP Calc, AP English, AP US History, HL Chem, HL Span 3, AP English, AP Stats, AP Gov/Econ, AP Psych</p>

<p>EC's/Community Service/Awards: Tennis, CSF, VBall Club (Treasurer), Sign Language Club, Foreign Foods Club (VP), Journalism (Entertainment Editor), Early Academic Outreach Program, Relay 4 Life, Key Club (VP), Random Acts of Kindness Club, Recycling Club, Certificate of Scholastic Achievement, Circle B Athletic Award, Block B Academic Letter, and "Most Consistent Player" - Tennis.</p>

<p>Also 2 immediate family members had/have cancer during my high school years. </p>

<p>If you could help that would be great.....</p>

<p>The reason for asking this question is because I feel I have too many safe schools.</p>

<p>SDSU isn't too difficult, and Oregon is 100% guarantee. ASU has over a 90% acceptance rate, and FSU isn't known for its difficult admissions. LMU has an avg. gpa of 3.4</p>

<p>But I'm not sure if that will qualify the schools as safeties for me.</p>

<p>I'm also interested in Penn St. and UFlorida....what would those be for me?</p>

<p>and how about UTexas and Indiana U</p>


<p>UCSB: Match</p>

<p>SDSU, if you're not in their service area, is a reach. Both your gpa and the low end of your projected score are below verage for them. A 2000 might do it if your major is not too popular.</p>

<p>^^^Are you kidding?? You obviously don't know much about SDSU.</p>

<p>For guaranteed admission I only need a SAT score of 1210....</p>

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<p>1210 out of 1600... which is in all effect about an 1800/2400 ish</p>

<p>Yah, but the person is saying the school is a reach. If I get 1210 I'm guaranteed admission, and If I'm a below that it is still a safe match.....I'd have to get less than 800 for SDSU to be a reach for me.</p>