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My unweighted gpa is a 3.62. What reach schools should i apply too?
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I have great extracurriculars, a good essay, good recommendations. I took 3 ap classes and 6 honors classes. As well as i will have taken 10 community college classes by the time i graduate. What are some good medium-big size reach schools?

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So besides a medium/ big school, do you know what you want to study? Do you want a research or liberal arts school? How important is financial aid? What are preferences for location (state/region) and campus style (college town city rural)?

If you scroll a fair bit down there’s a rudimentary list but if you can provide a bit more info I can likely get you a more in-depth list.

https://www.prepscholar.com/sat/s/gpa/3.6-GPA-is-this-good-for-colleges

Hope this helps and please comment if you need clarification as I’d be happy to help clarify!

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I want a good research school, I want to study in the field of science. Financial aid is not a huge factor. I would prefer a urban or suburban college town. Thank you so much for your help!!
So by science I presume you mean natural sciences like physics biology enviro science etc? If so some good ones (target/reach) are UNL Oregon CU Boulder San Diego St Houston Oklahoma Minn TC UGA Miami(FL) SC George Mason Louisville Tenn Temple Buffalo Rutgers. All of these rughly have a high 3.6 to a low 3.7 and are in big or mid sized cities. Its defitintly not a complete list but hope this helps! Also if you found this helpful would you mind accepting the answer if not no problem!
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Have you tried our school search tool? That's exactly what it's for! It'll let you know your chances based on your profile, and you can specify all your preferences. We also have this blog post: https://blog.collegevine.com/best-schools-accepting-a-3-6-gpa/. Some of the schools include BU, Fordham, NYU, which satisfy your preferences.