Chances of getting into Berkeley MFE

Hi, I'd like to have an honest assessment of my chances of getting into Berkeley MFE.
I am Italian and I finished in July my bachelor in Economics and Management with a GPA of 29.3/30 (Italian GPA) and degree grade of 110 cum laude / 110. My university is one of the most important in Italy ( not Bocconi ). It is Luiss University.

Quantitative courses I took (few):
-Mathematics (from beginning stuff to basic integration, so second-order- equations etc.)
-Statistics (with some regression)
-Financial Mathematics

Finance courses I took:
-Techniques of Exchange (finance course about portfolio return and risk analysis, so Beta of regression etc.)
-Financial Institutions
-Corporate Finance

Professional experience:
-Credit data analyst internship at a Credit cards company (3 months, learnt how to use VBA)
-Private GMAT tutor for a Manhattan Elite prep (1 month, I have GMAT:700 but low quant score, so I will take the GRE)
- Full-time employment at world-famous Investment Bank as Stress Testing Analyst (just started and learning SQL and improving VBA)

Programming skills:
-Python (Bachelor thesis on Black-Sholes, Monte-Carlo, lattice method, stochastic processes and Greeks)
-R(short online course from HarvardX)
-C++(QuantNet course)
-VBA(from my internship)


Enrolled in quantitative courses from my former university that I am going to take around June (so after the application deadline):
-Mathematical Methods for finance (master level course)
-Applied statistics and Econometrics (bachelor level course)
-Probability (master level course)

What do you honestly think? Anything else that I could add to my CV before my application (apart from GRE), like a course or something else? I do not think I will be able to complete anything else before the deadline (because of my current job), courses etc. but if strengthening my application I could start the Advanced C++ course or whatever other things you might suggest me and say it in my CV.