Okay. . .I want to see what my options are. I want to major in Mathematics (pure) and Physics. If I only stay one year I'll have Calculus 1 and maybe Calculus 2 under my belt, thats as far as math goes. I don't even think I'll have any Physics taken care of but after just one year my gpa will probably be closer to a 4.0. If I stay for the second year ill have for Math: Calculus/Analytic Geometry 1, 2, & 3 Differential equations Linear Algebra Intro to Discrete Math there is a class (which I will take if possible) called "Selected Topics in Mathematics.": "Topics to be determined in advance by the department from one or more of the following areas: Chaos & Fractals, Combinatorics, Graph Theory, Number Theory, Numerical Analysis, Topology, Complex Variables, Probability Theory, Statistics, and Logic." Should I also take a Computer Science class or Statistics? And in Physics(If I decide to keep the double major.): Analytic Physics 1, 2, & 3 Now, like I said, I want to get into the best school I can possibly get into. I have a lot of schools in mind but 99% are out of state (which makes it harder). I need to know my chances. The majority are in California(UC schools), which makes it even more difficult because they really cater to CaliCC schools. But lets say a gpa of 3.0 - 3.5 and an A.S In Mathematics (and maybe Physics) what are my options out of this list. Yes, some of these are long shots but, if I don't apply at all, it's a definite no. These are all my top choices and I need to know exactly what they're looking for. Besides a 4.0 and deep pockets. Boston U Cal Tech Carnegie Mellon Harvey Mudd James Madison U Rutgers San Diego SU UC Berkeley UC Davis UC Irvine UC Los Angeles UC Santa Barb UC Santa Cruz U Delaware U Florida U Maryland University SoCal I have a few fall backs, Rutgers is one of them (I'm guaranteed admission).