What are my chances of getting into the Ivy League schools, UC schools, and other top

<p>I am currently in my second semester of junior year and this is my profile:
GPA:
unweighted=3.34
weighted with only AP classes=3.47
weighted with both AP and Honors classes=3.75</p>

<p>These are all the restricted/Honors/AP classes I have taken:
AP Biology
AP US History
AP Music Theory
AP English 3
Honors Pre-Calculus
Honors English 2
Honors Algebra 2
Honors Chemistry
Honors Geometry</p>

<p>SAT: 2020 (I'm taking it again, I'm trying to get at least a 2200)</p>

<p>SAT II: None so far, I'm going to take 3 .</p>

<p>PSAT: 188 (No scholarship)</p>

<p>Activities:
Before Frosh summer: Summer school at my school. Took Geometry and Required Summer Reading.</p>

<p>Frosh year:
Community Service Leadership Team
Math Club
Cross Country (Frosh team)
Community Service
Tutoring for high school entrance exams for poor income schools (school sponsored)
YMCA Swim Team</p>

<p>Summer in between:
Summer school- took Theology, a graduation requirement, so I don't have to take it during the year.
Traveled to San Francisco.</p>

<p>Soph Year:
Community Service Leadership Team
Newspaper
Cross Country (Junior Varsity)
California Scholarship Federation
Korean Club (Founder and President)
Math Club
Peace and Justice Coalition
Community Service ( 25 hours )
Urban Plunge - spent weekend in Downtown LA doing service
Tutoring classmates every Wednesday
Tutoring for high school entrance exam for low income schools
Sophomore Class Representative
YMCA Swim Team</p>

<p>Summer in between:
Traveled to Yellowstone, Arizona.</p>

<p>Junior Year:
Community Service Leadership Team (Vice commissioner)
Newspaper
Cross Country (Junior Varsity)
Korean Club (Founder and President)
California Scholarship Federation
Yearbook
Peace and Justice Coalition
Community Service (25 hours)
Tutoring at a local family center (4 days a week)
Tutoring classmates every Wednesday
Tutoring Korean school
Tutoring for high school entrance exam for low income schools
Math Club
YMCA Swim Team</p>

<p>Awards:
YMCA Swim Team Most Improved Swimmer</p>

<p>Yep, that's pretty much it, I know for sure though, that I am forgetting a couple of more things. Meanwhile, I just learned about the Presidential Volunteer Award, so I'm trying to earn that. Also, I plan to get straight A's this semester to raise my GPA. Lastly, this is what I plan to do for the summer of junior year:
-Start a community clean up program for my neighborhood.
-Coach basketball.
-Volunteer at a hospital (My interest lies in Premed).
-Research program on medicine, specifically cancer.
-Summer school at UCLA or community college (which one's better?) and take English because I received a C- in AP English and I want to show colleges that I have improved, etc.
-SAT Prep- Doesn't count towards college, but yea.</p>

<p>And oh yea, I work consistently every Saturday at my mom's self employed/owned business shop. It's without pay, but yea, just trying to help my mom out.</p>

<p>LAST: PLEASE OFFER ME ANY ADVICE ON ACADEMICS, EXTRACURRICULAR, AND OTHER AWARDS AND OTHER STUFF THAT WOULD IMPROVE MY COLLEGE RESUME. THANKS :)</p>

<p>Academically, you are unqualified to attend any Ivy League or top level university. Although your extracurriculars are decent, they do not compensate for a very low GPA and sub-par test scores.</p>

<p>Look into a state school.</p>

<p>No Ivy will accept somebody who's UW and W GPAs are as low as yours. It's sad but true. Also, you need to wo-nevermind, billabongboy9828 said it already.</p>

<p>Academically, you have too many low stats. Your ECs are also only average; they're just very long and you'll likely have to condense that laundry list. Unless you're a URM, it's unlikely to get in.</p>

<p>can you guys at least give me advice .__.
and some good advice too.</p>

<p>OK you have good stats maybe not for ivies though. You should definetely get that GPA up a lot higher :) Make sure to do some sort of volunteer work, you have good EC's, maybe try to get some sort of leadreship position, SAT should be around 22-2300. Im not sure if you could get into an ivy, but you never know write an amazing essay, prove to them somehow that ur grade dont display the true you :) Good luck, im sure you could get into other great schools :)</p>

<p>Help me out plz, I need some good advice </p>

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<p>psat is decent but for ivies you need 2200 and above with a 4.0 every year unless your like maria sharapova</p>

<p>ucs STUDY and brake 2100 on sat and your chances go up to 35%</p>

<p>you need to get that gpa up!</p>

<p>chance me back please</p>

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<p>You can't really rank based on gpa. Do you have what decile or rank you are in your class? I have a 3.4UW gpa but am in the top 10% (valedict has a 3.7 gpa...).</p>

<p>And seriously, get that 2020 up. NO ivy will accept anything lower than 2100 (normally 2200) unless you have a serious hook or are a recruited athlete.</p>