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What colleges should I try to visit? (Ideally ones I can get into)
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I’m currently in 10th grade and will graduate in 2026. I have a 97.14 unweighted, 102.43 weighted gpa, and will have taken 7 honors classes, 1 college course over the summer at my community college (US History), and 17 AP classes. I currently play both school soccer and club soccer, along with being in various clubs (Geoguessr, Rocket League (placed top 4 in the state), HOSA (pre-med club), Table Tennis (officer)). I also ref youth soccer games over the weekend. I have not taken the SAT yet, but I got a 1390 on the PSAT (no studying, but I will for the SAT). I have already visited UCLA (both parents went) and UC Berkley, yet I live in Texas. My ideal choices are either UT, UNC Chapel Hill, NYU, or UCLA. My estimated chances are currently: UCLA - 23% (reach), NYU - 28% (hard target), and UNC Chapel Hill - 40% (hard target). Based on my chances, I might be able to get into UNC, but I’m just mainly looking for other recommendations, as my parents are fine with taking trips just to visit colleges. I have gotten a 5 on all my APs so far (AP Chinese (took in 6th grade, was in bilingual school from 1st to 4th), APHG, and APCSA), and am currently planning on taking the WHAP one as well.

Thanks in advance.

choosingacollege
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I recommend using Collegeboard's BigFuture search engine to locate colleges that fit your academic stats and career interests.

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Unweighted GPA: 3.7
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SAT: 720 math
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