So Im looking for some realistic schools

<p>I know I should of started applying sooner but whatever.
Any way</p>

<p>4.0 GPA SAT:2060 ACT:34 First Generation</p>


<p>Non prestigious school</p>

<p>7 AP classes passing all tests with 4s</p>

<p>ECs: National Honor Society
Science National Honor Society(President)
English National Honor Society
Chess Club(President)
Academic Decathlon (Captain)

<p>I want to study Biology</p>

<p>Basically what are my options?</p>

<p>These are the best schools to study Biology at. Look at the schools on this list:</p>

<p>Agnes Scott College
Albion College
Austin College
Baylor University
Brandeis University
Carleton College
Colby College
Cornell University
Drexel University
Duke University
Guilford College
Harvard College
Haverford College
Howard University
Illinois Wesleyna University
Indiana University - Bloomington
Johns Hopkins University
Louisiana State University
Loyola University - Chicago
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology
Mount Holyoke College
The Ohio State University - Columbus
Pomona College
Reed College
Rice University
Siena College
Swarthmore College
Temple University
Texas A&M University - College Station
University Of California - Davis
The University Of Chicago
University Of Dallas
University Of Delaware
University Of Denver
University Of New Mexico
University Of The Pacific
Wofford College
Xavier University Of Louisiana</p>

<p>thanks for your help ill probably apply to
Baylor University
Duke University
Johns Hopkins University
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology
Rice University
Texas A&M University - College Station</p>

<p>since i dont have all that much time to apply i guess this is agood list but im open to anyone else's suggestions</p>

<p>Also Case Western, Tulane, Michigan, Wisconsin and Boston University.</p>

<p>If you'll want an advanced degree to do research, check out Biological Sciences on this list:</p>


<p>(many schools other than Reed are listed)</p>

<p>haha vossron, you post that list up all the time, that list is so bias towards reed! (no duh cuz that list is on Reed's website)</p>

<p>but Reed is a good school for biological sciences</p>

<p>It actually is a bit biased towards Reed, in that it doesn't list disciplines where Reed is NOT in the top 10.</p>

<p>Your list in Post #3 is perfect. Rice, JHU & MIT. Washington University in St. Louis is another to consider, but you may have to hurry for serious scholarship consideration.</p>

<p>Why are you against the top 10? Anyway, you have a lot of time to apply, especially if you're using the Common Application.</p>

<p>Should I even report the SAT score since non of the colleges need it, and my ACT is way better</p>