I graduated this past may and I'm hoping to get into a master's program this fall (ideally applied math). But I'm worried about my stats, and whether I even have a shot at getting in anywhere.

GPA: 3.03

Math GPA: 3.53

Domestic White Male

GRE Revised General Test:

Q: 166 (91%)

V: 162 (91%)

W: 6.0 (99%)

GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:

M: 470 (8%) Only submitting to UC Davis.

I have no awards or research experience. Though I did do a project for my math modeling course that impressed my professor. He is writing me a letter of recommendation. I have two other recommenders that I think should be solid. I was only a math major for 2.5 years because I switched my major late from biochemistry (I was a terrible biochem student (Ds and Fs in several classes), and it hurt my cumulative GPA.

After switching to math, my semester GPAs trended upward: 3.0, 3.65, 3.70, 3.9, 4.0. Though my math grades were generally good, I have not taken many upper level courses (No algebra or analysis). I mostly took applied classes such as modeling, numerical analysis, stats, etc.

Give me your honest assessment. Do I have a shot at these schools? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

UC Davis - MS Appl Math

UC Santa Cruz - MS Sci Comp and Appl Math

UMass Amherst - MS Appl Math

Wake Forest - MA Math

Western Washington - MS Math

San Francisco State - MS Math