UC's and USC

<p>Hi, I'm a senior from California (a potential Poli Sci or IR major) who would like to know his chances at UCB, UCLA, UCSD, UCI, and USC.</p>

<p>GPA: 3.6 (UW) / 3.82 (UC) / 4.1 (High School) - My UC GPA looks low because the system only gives extra credit for a total of eight honors and AP semesters taken during sophomore and junior years, while I had taken a grand total of 16 semesters.</p>

<p>Class Rank: 30 / 601</p>

<p>SAT I: 710 (M) / 730 (V)</p>

<p>SAT II: 640 Writing / 650 Math IC / 740 US History - Retaking Math and Writing in November. I anticipate scores above 700 for both tests.</p>

<p>AP's: I took European History sophomore year (got a 4 on the test) and took English Language (5), US History (4), Chemistry (4), and Calculus AB (4) during my junior year. This year, I am taking AP Statistics, Biology, Psychology, and English Literature.</p>

<p>Honors Courses: Freshman year, I took Honors Biology and Literature. Sophomore year, I took Honors Chemistry, Pre-Calculus, and World Literature. This year, I am taking Honors American Government, because AP Government was not offered.</p>

<p>EC's: I have been a devoted member of Academic Decathlon, the Computer Club, Chess Club, and the California Scholarship Federation since freshman year. I have been Treasurer for Academic Decathlon and Vice President of Computer Club.</p>

<p>Volunteering: I spent some time this summer at a local convalescent center and created strong relationships with many patients and employees there. Through my experiences there, I have left myself a great deal of things important to me to discuss in my essays.</p>

<p>Someone pleeeease respond. Is UCSD a match, a reach? How about USC? Do I have a chance at UCLA or Berkeley?</p>

<p>Didn't you already post a thread about your chances?</p>

<p>Well, my SAT's went up 70 points since then... I don't know if that makes a difference.</p>

<p>And I was also never told my chances at USC or The University of Texas.</p>

<p>Come on now, people...</p>