Well, what are my chances with my new SAT score?

<p>Asian-American Male
3.4 Unweighted GPA(9th-11th); 3.6 Weighted GPA(9th-11th); 3.5 School GPA(School includes 8th Grade French and Math)</p>

<p>SAT I: 1420(M:720; V:700)
However, my best in one sitting is 1400(M:720; V:680)</p>

<p>SAT II's: They were bad. Retaking Math and Writing in Nov. US History: 690</p>

<p>AP Scores: English Lang(4); US History(4); Biology(5)</p>

<p>Senior Year Schedule
AP World History
AP English Literature
Latin III
AP Calculus AB
AP Comparative Goverment
AP US Goverment
DC History(School requirement)</p>

<p>Main thing I'm worried about is my weak GPA. I've had 4 C's throughout high school(2 in 9th Grade in Art & French II, 1 in 10th Grade in Hon. Algebra II, and 1 in 11th grade in Elementary Functions). Rest of grades have been A's and B's.</p>

<p>Live in Washington DC, and 9th grade is Jr High here, so I don't know if colleges will take that into consideration. Also, grading scale in DCPS is 94-100 A, 85-93 B, so I don't know if that helps as well. </p>

Varsity CrossCountry(9th-11th) Placed in top 10 in city wide championships.
Latin Club(12th Grade) We tried to get it going in 11th grade, but fell through, and only started now.
It's Academic(10th-12th) Member of Practice Squad
Philosophy Club(12th grade) Again, didn't start until this year, and only joined really because my friend founded it and needed members.</p>

<p>Summer Activities
10th Grade (120 hours of community service for Student Conservation Association SCA)
11th Grade (Worked as an intern at a Law firm located in Rockville,MD.)</p>

Magna Cum Laude (10th Grade) National Latin Exam
Cum Laude(11th grade) National Latin Exam
President's Award for Educational Achievement
Can I count places I got in City Wide Crosscountry meets as awards? If so, 8th Place in 9th grade, 3rd place in 11th.</p>

<p>Schools I will be applying to:
University of Michigan
University of Wisconsin-Madison
University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign
Penn State - University Park
Ohio State - Columbus
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
UMass - Amherst
University of Washington - Seattle
UCLA ( I know, but it's only one app)
UC San Diego
UC Irvine
UC Davis
UC Santa Barbara</p>

<p>Any thoughts anyone could give me. Which schools are reaches? Matches? Safeties? Any and all thoughts would be greatly appreciated. If you need more basic info, let me know, thanks.</p>

<p>bump...Again any thoughts would be helpful. I really don't have many other sources, as I don't have much help at my school from counselors, and neither of my parents went to college, so they can't really help me much as well.</p>

<p>For the UCs, only your 10th and 11th grade GPA counts, and it is weighted- but according to special criteria. You should calculate the UC" GPA. Requirements are higher for out of state students at UCs, but your SAT I scores are competitive, and if you get your SAT IIs up, chances look pretty good, especially for the mid-ranked UCs.</p>

<p>Sorry, I'm not as familiar with the other colleges.</p>


<p>Michigan: Match
UW-Madison: Safe Match
UIUC: Safe Match
Penn State: Safe Match
Ohio State: Safety
Minnesota: Safety
UMass: Safety
Washington - Seattle: Safe Match
Tulane: Match</p>

<p>UCLA: Reach (out of state)
UCSD: Match (out of state)
UCD: Safe Match (out of state)
UCSB: Safe Match (out of state)
UCI: Safe Match (out of state)</p>

<p>Any other opinions. It looks like Flopsy has a optimistic viewpoint. Anyone have any other thoughts about my chances?</p>