The Lsat Airbender wrote:The above might be a little optimistic - 3.4 is a lot better than 3.2 at Columbia and Berkeley.
OP should still expect 1-4 decent offers in the T14 and the usual WUSTL full ride. It’s impossible to say much more than that since splitters are so unpredictable.
Make sure to apply early.
It might be a bit optimistic, but I don't think it changes the advice. OP should apply to every T13 from Columbia on down (excluding GPA-selective Cornell, and possibly also Berkeley, which is also somewhat idiosyncratically GPA-selective). So at least Columbia, NYU, Penn, Michigan, UVA, Duke, and NW among the T13. (And Penn, Mich and UVA almost effectively require a "Why X" essay, so don't forget to write one for those schools!)
Then OP should likewise blanket the T20: Georgetown, UT, UCLA, Vandy, WUSTL. (From the data USC looks to be more GPA-selective so maybe not.)
With the above application strategy, and an early (before November) application submission date, I agree that OP should net 1-4 decent T13 offers, a full ride at WUSTL, and admissions to the other T20s as well (with merit aid somewhere in between the T13 offers and WUSTL).