LSDAS GPA: 3.5
Attended a big state school that's not really known for its academics (undergrad ranks similar to Colorado for example). I'm worried that my school's prestige (or lack thereof) will bring my relative GPA down even further, although I'm not sure how much. Fortunately I started off slow, getting a 2.7 my first semester, and finishing my first year with a 3.2. I've done much better since then obviously.
I believe I have relatively good extracurricular activities through studying abroad twice and having several leadership positions in campus organizations, but this is all subjective and I'm not sure how I stack up against other people in terms of extracurriculars, so this probably isn't important.
Anyways, here are the schools I'm looking at. I feel like I have a solid shot at most of these schools, although I know some will end up rejecting me and (hopefully) some will end up accepting me.
William and Mary
I recognize that's a long list, but a lot of those schools are ranked similarly, and I'm just starting to figure out where I'd like to go. So what do you think my chances are?
Edit: Crossed out a few that I was looking at that I don't think I have any chance at, also added a few in bold that I'm now looking at.