Hi, I wanted to know what were my chances of getting into caltech as a transfer student. High school GPA: 3.5 SAT 1600 (math 700) AP Bio: 4 College GPA: 3.9 Dean's list from 2012 Internships: I been in 3 internship programs within my cc. Each being a semester long. They were chem,chem,micro concentrated projects. Clubs: Honor society (Phi theta kappa) Art club HOSA PPHC as vice president for 2 years (club for students with career interest in the medical field) Extracurricular: Traditional Japanese fan dancing for 4 years and ongoing. Work experience: Math tutor at my cc for 3 years My high school GPA and SAT is low because I immigrated from a different country to the US in my sophomore year. Language barrier was the main reason for the low numbers. In college I studied 1 years general chem, 2 year physics, 2 year calculus, 1 year A&P, 1 semester micro. I took most of the core science classes what my cc can offer. Because of the limited sources, I made a club, PPHC, with my peers to help ourselves and our cc students who are interested in going into the medical field. We try to be active by volunteering in health/medical related community events and host workshops within the college. Currently I have my associates in liberal arts and finishing up one for natural sciences. I am in a position where I must transfer to progress further. I wish to major in chemical or biological engineering and get involved in the medical field. I'd like to know what my chances are and what I should work on more to get in. Thank you for taking your time reading this and I appreciate the help.