<p>Hey guys,</p>

<p>I know this topic is rather boring, but i really want to know what my chances are for the following schools:</p>

U of A

<p>Here are the basics:</p>

<p>Weighted GPA: 4.3
Unweighted GPA: I think its about a 3.9-4.0
UC GPA: 4.22</p>

<p>SAT: 2100 (CR: 640 M:690 W: 770)
SAT II's (these are not my best, be warned):
Math II: 640
WH: 620
U.S. History: 670</p>


<p>APUSH: unscored as of yet
AP Language and Composition: unscored as of yet
World History: 5</p>

<p>Senior Year Schedule:</p>

<p>AP English Lit
AP Stats
AP Government and Politics
Global Economics
French IV</p>

<p>Extra Curricular Activities:</p>

<p>Traditional Indian Dance: particpated for five years, competed in several competitions
Mock Trail: participated for two year
President of the South Asian Student Association: planned and founded the FIRST culture show at our school
Tennis: Particpated at the JV level for three years, elected captain of the team for two years running</p>


<p>Coached Swimming for 6 months
Summer Internship in a Corporate Environment- placed through a highly selective program</p>

<p>Other information:</p>

<p>Commended Scholar for the PSAT
Went to an international school in India for a year.</p>

<p>Any help would be truly appreciated! </p>

<p>Thanks guys!</p>

<p>GPA is very good, as are your SAT and jobs resume, but your subject tests and non-job ECs are lacking. Knowing your AP scores, whenever you do, would also help. But if you're in-state, you should be fine.</p>

<p>yes i am in state. California, and i went to a private catholic school for high school.
what do you mean by lacking in non job ecs?</p>

<p>and yes, SAT subject tests are horrible, i have to work on those</p>

<p>i also volunteer over 200 hours every year with a non profit organization that aids women suffering with issues of domestic violence</p>