Which schools for this econ man?

<p>Currently School: Bellevue Community College (Wa State)
GPA: 4.0
Intended Major: Economics, Political Science minor?
Extracurricular activities: President of the Associated Student Government (ASG), President of Chess club (high school) active member of many other clubs and organizations, regularly volunteer with EarthCorps
SAT: 2000 should I take again?
Year: Transferring into Junior
Work Experience: Manager of Tully's Coffee, Trained Carpenter</p>

<p>Schools I am considering applying to:

<p>Am I realistic in considering these schools?</p>

<p>Are there others that I should be considering?</p>


<p>Do your best with your Cal application. Though your chances there are small, their Econ is fantastic, so if you get accepted, you're one lucky guy. Chicago would also be awesome too.</p>

Are there others that I should be considering?



<p>RML, note that the OP is a transfer applicant.</p>

<p>I'd say he has virtually NO chance at any of the UCs. They are notoriously difficult to transfer into except from a CCC, and as an OOS applicant the OP has a better chance at getting into Yale.</p>

<p>But he has a 4.0 and Berkeley loves high GPA. i think his SATs would not count anymore.
i also think Berkeley L&S accepts 1 or 2 transfer applicants from OOS every once in a year.
and, yes, based on stats, it would appear that Yale would be "friendlier" for OOS transfers than Berkeley.</p>