(Don't ask me about my schooling, because it is really complex
My Academic Information:
I do exceptionally well in school. Currently a Freshman. I already took AP Chem and AP Bio last year. I am the top student in my various physic/technology focused courses (not the class or grade, but every student taking the course. It is actually kind of pitiful). I do extremely well in almost all other science subjects. I am flying through AP social studies.
I hate English classes (I am actually really skilled at all "English" subjects. Although, this post is horribly written; I'm extremely tired), but that is because I find it illogical to have to stop reading science books in order to read Twilight.
I am above average in math, but I'm not any genius when it comes to it. I keep wrestling through it. Should finish pre-cal by start of 10th grade.
I am not involved in any arts, but I play piano, write and sketch for fun. I sometimes enter drawing contest, which I tend to do well in. Overall though, I'm not notably involved. No clubs or anything.
My current goal is compete in the Olympiads and various academic bowls by forming a club with that focus.
No sports; I am quite bad at them.
(Now to the point of the post)
However, I'm EXTREMELY passionate about zoology! My life revolves around animals. Cows, snakes, tigers, dogs, tarantulas, ANYTHING - I'm involved. I'm not going to get to detailed for anonymity reasons, but I have like 20 species of newts in my room right now and I am surrounded by animal biology charts, science books, dog kennels, etc. (My room is very clean, by the way).
On the other hand, I also love physics, engineering and the non-biological/non-environmental sciences! I find it fascinating and really fun! I'm really good at it! But I have no time for more clubs or activities that prove this, besides wanting to start one club focused on winning academic competitions (if anyone will join).
Anyways, I on the right path for MIT despite my animal crazed schedule? My application to MIT right now would just be a list of copious notable (some say impressive) animal activities combined with great academic background. My course load is not as considered by admission committees (hard to explain), so that puts a damper on things.