What will it take? do i have a chance?

<p>Hi-
I want to go to nursing school. Currently i will be a junior in the fall. I'm planning on taking my SATs and ACTS this year. I tok the PSATs last year as practice and got a score of 64, scoring in the national 97%. I currently have a GPA of 3.87 but am planning on taking 4 APs in the next two years which should raise my GPA. My projected schedule for junior/senior year is:
junior year- AP Biology, US history, AP US Gov, French 3, religion, art, PreCalculus, AmerLit,
Senior year- AP Calc AB, French 4, AP French, Chem II, Anatomy and Physiology, Intro to College Writing, religion, art</p>

<p>I play lacrosse and field hockey, jv fresh and soph year, captains for both soph year. next year i will be varsity for each.
I am on lit mag and have been on Student Government both fresh and soph year and i have been elected on for junior year as well
I volunteer weekly at the Children's hospital and have logged 432 hours so far
I also do Mock Trial and Model UN
I am a very good writer and should hopefully write outstanding essays and prepare a great statement. All around my apps should be great.</p>

<p>I am hoping to apply to:
University of Pennsylvania, UCLA, Georgetown as reaches but also top choices and dream schools</p>

<p>as comfort choices: Purdue, Marquette, Loyola Chicago, Boston College</p>

<p>What do you think? Do i have a chance of getting into my reaches?
What will it take to get there?</p>

<p>Thanks for chancing, I appreciate it!</p>

<p>Practice for your SAT. You will need some really high scores. Maybe look into the ACT.. it might be a better test for you. You'll never know until you try it.</p>

<p>Also take and prepare for some SAT IIs. Looking at your junior year classes, I would probably take Math II and Biology for sure, and then either US or Lit</p>