What are my chances?

<p>UCSD, UCB, UCLA, USC, Tufts, Stanford, Georgetown</p>

<p>SAT I:
CR 700
Math 710
Writing 700
Total: 2110</p>

<p>CR 660
Math 770
Writing 790
Total: 2220</p>

<p>SAT II:
Biology: 720
Math: 800
Chemistry: 770</p>

<p>UC GPA U/W: 3.958
UC GPA Weighted: 4.21</p>

<p>GPA U/W: 3.86
GPA Weighted: 4.03</p>

<p>Top 10% Class Rank</p>

<p>AP Scores:
Biology: 4
Chemistry: hopefully 5
English: hopefully 5</p>

National Merit Scholar PSAT:235</p>

Summer Job at Daycare
Cross Country 1 years
Track and Field 2 years
Community Service Hours getting around 200 hours working with Autistic Children
Church Praise Team 2 years
Treasurer 1 year President 1 year of a fundraising club at my school.
1 year ASB </p>

<p>Took 1 semester of biotechnology last summer at a CC. Taking Macroeconomics and Intro to C++ this summer at a CC. </p>

<p>Taking AP Government, AP Calc AB, AP Literature, and AP Psychology next year.</p>

<p>Korean-American Male</p>

<p>What are my chances guys?????</p>

<p>Yes to SD, reasonable shot at top 2 UCs and GTown, maybe Tufts is you convince them it's your top choice (nd are near to top of top 10%), no at Stanford.</p>

<p>Assuming you are in-state, you should be accepted to all the UCs. </p>

<p>Redroses seems to be misinformed; Georgetown will be more difficult to get into than Tufts. Its no comparison.</p>

<p>redroses what do you mean by "nd are near to top of top 10%"</p>

<p>Top few percent as opposed to top 9%. And billa does have a point, some schools at GTown are as hard to get into as Tufts.</p>

<p>Stanford might be somewhat of a stretch - your SAT score is pretty average, EC's are okay. UC's you should be good though, provided that you're in-state.</p>

<p>What about USC, will being a national merit scholar help me?</p>