Do you think ill get in ?

so, im a senior and im pretty concerned where ill get into college , its pretty confusing so here are some application factors : SAT- 1640 (low, i know but im gonna try to raise it.) GPA- (3.4) weighted AVID club treasurer Youth group i just started a job ModelUN and about 100 hours of community service and not to play the race card but Im somali American and a girl, so maybe the whole diversity thing will help me out. and here are the schools im applying to (i live in minnesota, but i just moved from san diego so im applying to alot of places) : Boston university UC schools University of Minnesota twin cities University of denver University of pittspurg University of pennsilvania University of Washington,seattle University of Washington st. loius New York university University of Chicago University of Virginia American university George Washington university University of Michigan- anne arbor University of Colorado – boulder University of southern california

Asked By: Hanan M. - 9/21/2011
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Since you just moved from California, you should also consider Cal State University campuses, since your GPA and SAT are well below UC standards. That will at least give you some backup campuses where you might still be able to qualify for in-state residency tuition rates. You might find that some Cal States have... More
Answered By: JQuick - 9/21/2011
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Oh you'll get in somewhere, don't worry too much. Though if you do get quite a few offers go to where ever is warmest! Lol that's something I wish I had done...
Answered By: Randy K - 9/21/2011
you wont get into penn, wash st, louis, nyu, UC, VIrginia, or Michigan, but you will probably get into the rest.
Answered By: Matt - 9/21/2011
nyu ? no usc ? no other colleges i have no interest about why dont you go for csu colleges
Answered By: holahula - 9/21/2011
To be honest with you I would recommend staying in state so if I were you I would apply for University of Minnesota it is may be little difficult with your gpa so I would work on raising it if you... More
Answered By: Dan Hailegioirgis - 9/21/2011
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