what are my chances at WashU, Cornell, Vanderbil, UPenn and then some

<p>Asian, senior, school: Alabama School of Fine Arts (SUPER competive and we don't rank students. Our school is #4 in the nation based on how many kids take AP classes)</p>

<p>SAT I
1470 720V 750M (Retake on Nov 6th only b/c I was sick the first time and I wanna see if I can do better)</p>

Math IIc 750
Biology 730
Writing 640 (YIKES! lol)</p>

<p>AP Scores
Calculus BC 5
Ab subscore 5
Biology 5
US History 4
Chemistry 4
(I'm taking 5 APs in my senior year)</p>

<p>GPA : 3.8 UW 4.45(our of 4.55) W</p>

Local library (350+ hours)
Greater Birmingham KEY Club (150 hrs) PR Chair, and Vice President
SGA grade representative
Trigonometry and Algebra II tutor
Mu Alpha theta- Vice president
Math Team
Some other extra stuff I can't remember right off my resume</p>

Internships 2 summers straight with the biomedical enginneering depart at UAB. One summer my testing was aknowledged in the "aknowledgment" part of a published scientific paper.</p>

<p>Hmm...I can't remember much else. Our school is very different from most high schools in that we don't offer any EC b/c everyone Major in some department (kinda like college) and selective colleges realize that so don't be so harsh on me. </p>

<p>But I'm interested in WashU, Cornell, UPenn, Vanderbilt, Rice, Columbia, Johns Hopkins</p>

<p>I need major feedbacks please!</p>

<p>Im not a big east coast school person, but I'd say you are within competative range with many of the other applicants that apply to those schools. 1500+ sat is a good range and would put you in the 50-50 pile. But if your school is known for the quanity of students that take AP, it may hurt you alittle that you took only a bout dozen. But if your school only offered a dozen, that would make things easier :)
You're definately in contention</p>

<p>thx, yeah my school only offer 12 or 15 AP courses but every one in my school is ambitious. And it's a small school too, like we only have 60 graduating seniors this year and that is leaning towards the "too many" side</p>

<p>Wow thats amazing, such a small school and they offer so many AP classes
My large urban school only offer 8, so I had to take college classes at the university instead :(
Costes about 2k in parking/gasoline for transportation senior and junior year</p>

<p>let's crank up the feedbacks plz :)</p>