Usc vs. Ucla admissions?

<p>I was wondering if I could get into one of these colleges with what I've done through highschool..</p>

<p>Rank: 4 of 553</p>

<p>SAT I:1830
Wtd Gpa: 4.17
Unwtd: 3.94</p>

<p>Clubs/Activities (grade levels)
Link Crew (9,12)
Key Club (11,12)
ASB (9,11,12)
Asian Cultural Club (9,10,11,12)
Varsity Volleyball likely to be captain this year (10,11,12)
Pep Club (11)
CSF Scholar
Music Learning Center , guitar teacher (10,11)
Church Choir (9,10,11,12)</p>

<p>Classes
5 ap courses, 2 honors
AP CALC
AP ENG
AP STATS
AP LIT
AP GOV
Honors Math Anal
Honors US HIST</p>

<p>Passed two ap tests Ap calc with a 5 and us hist with a 3
planning to take other 4 ap tests in may of 2012</p>

<p>Have you considered retaking the SAT?</p>

<p>It would be very tough to get into those schools, even if you had higher SAT scores.</p>

<p>floridad55: why would it be very tough for the OP even if he/she had better SAT scores? OP has close to a 4.0 unweighted GPA. Just wondering what you are seeing that I am not. (OP I agree that your test scores need to be higher.)</p>

<p>Yes i just retook it, but I'm not sure if i got a better score this time around D:..</p>

<p>Take all these comments with a huge grain of salt...it is guesswork I am sure you know that.</p>

<p>Are you instate CA? Think you may get into UCLA...it's so hard to predict. What other UC's did you apply if instate? </p>

<p>My friends' son is a first-year at USC this year and actually, your stats are very similar to his. His SAT's were right around 1900, but your GPA is higher and you have more EC's. Perfect those essays and make them stand out. Ask your English lit. teacher to read for feed back and edits. Hope your retakes come back great! Good luck!</p>

<p>I think your SAT scores hurt you and I don't know if you challenged yourself in the context of your school but I disagree with floridadad; your SAT makes it a reach, but if your SAT score was above 2000 then I would say you have a significantly better chance. For now, I think you may get into UCLA if you are in-state, but USC will be harder and you'd need to get really good recs and a good essay.</p>