I will be a 3rd year student this coming Fall semester, attending a no named school in South Carolina. I plan to go ahead and take both the Math Subject GRE and the General GRE in the Fall to make sure I have enough time to get the highest possible score by next year. In my first two years I managed to take Calculus I (AP), Calculus II (B), Calculus III (A), Discrete Mathematics (A), Linear Algebra (B+), Multivariate Calculus (B+), Transitions to Higher Maths (A), Combinatorics and Graph Theory (A), Probability and Statistics for Engineering and Math Majors (A), Abstract Algebra (A), and Real Analysis (A). My overall GPA is 3.37 and my major GPA is 3.80. I plan to do a REU next summer (if I can get accepted into one).
I want to get my Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics or Mathematics in general. The university I really want to get into is UNC-Charlotte, but I am also going to apply for University of South Carolina, Clemson, UNC, Duke, NC State, Florida State, George Washing University, and most top 20 schools.
Do anybody think I can get into a Math Graduate Program? Also, can anybody give me pointers on how to become a stronger candidate?