what colleges can i get into?

alright so i would like to go to a college in the northeast or possibly Chicago, possibly Michigan also (currently live in Denver but idk if that matters) here are all my "stats" or whatever: GPA: 3.5- 4.0 weighted SAT: 2010 (first time though) ACT: 31 Extra: Creek Connects Group leader NHS Key Club Vice Pres. Leader in Youth Group and teach religious ed class at my church ( iknow this probably will only help at catholic colleges) 3 Mission Trips (Inner City, Phillippines, Navajo Reservation) DECA (national qualifier) I've had three jobs in high school (starting my junior year), one of which was a part time job at corner bakery (20 hours per week) and another was actually during school (cafe manager- 5 hours a week) I lettered in academics three times, and in deca once I volunteer a LOT, at least 15 to 20 hours a month and have been throughout all of high school *this is probably worthless but i played vball 2 years in HS and now coach 5 year olds :) Umm i think thats about it... I'm a Junior... taken 3 years of Spanish (going to be 4 after senior year) and speak Polish fluently... i've been in honors classes since freshman year, and AP since sophomore year (got a 4 on the test!) oh and I'm a catholic so BC would be nice but whatever. thanks so much for your help oh and i'm not kidding myself about getting into an Ivy, but i would like to get into a school with a strong biology/pre med/ engineering program! thanks again * could i get into colby or bowdoin or colgate? those are my three top choices. if not can you list other colleges in the northeast or wherever that are renowned for their sciences and chemistry? ya so listing some colleges that might jive with me would be cool i really appreciate it! my gpa is 3.5 weighted and 4.0 weighted sorry for the confusion... not a range

Asked By: Claudia T - 4/10/2010
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I think you will have no problem making it into a good state university. Im a senior in high school and was accepted to michigan state with an act score of 22. I am going to major in pre-med and i heard that state had a pretty good program for pre-med. Since you are a junior my biggest advice for you is to APPLY EARLY... More
Answered By: Blahhh - 4/10/2010
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You can go wherever you want if you believe in yourself. You got potentinal, that's what it takes. Choose a major that best fits you and think that you're gonna do that same thing for the rest of your life, so don't pick anything just for money or because you can go to a famous college. Wish you the best luck!
Answered By: Sandro Rodrigues - 4/10/2010
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