To get an accurate representation I think it would be useful to see the actual percentile and not the score itself. Most people have no idea where those scores line up with, but the percentile is a more accurate portrayal of your competitiveness in getting into school.
If I remember correctly I scored around there on my SAT many many years ago, and I was accepted everywhere I applied.
My advice is pick some schools in locations you would like to live. For example if you like large class sizes, cities, and snow than look at schools in NYC, Boston, etc. If you want warmer weather look further south.
In reality the school you go too doesn't matter that much, the quality of education you get matters, but the most important thing is that you like where you live and are happy.
So make sure they have a good graduate job placement percentage, and talk to some students from the school, that is the best way to get an accurate perception of the school.
Those scores aren't too bad. I would agree that you should think about which places you would like to be before choosing a school. There are more things to take into account. As for California, you can probably get into most UCs, depending on your grades, coursework, and other things of course. But look at which colleges have the best location for you, as well as the best department for what you want to learn.
Thank you all for your suggestions. I'll certainly ponder upon them. In particular, thanks coolclay for your response.
My guidance is choose some educational institutions in places you would like to stay. For example if you like huge category dimensions, places, and snowfall than look at educational institutions in NYC, Birkenstock boston, etc. If you want hotter climate look further southern.