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I am a double legacy, have a 35 act, 3.53 unweighted gpa, good extracurriculars, but 4 c's
I am quite nervous about my application. I am currently a highschool junior entering senior year. I have always wanted to go to Johns Hopkins(if thats not part of the discussion than just any selective college in general) and am a double legacy for JHU(sister and mother), have a 35 act, 3.53 unweighted gpa, good extracurricular activities: cofounder of a large club and the organization that it revolves around, captain of lacrosse team, rank 15-20% of my class, and interned at a world renowned site(construction management). However I got 4 c's all in math: each semester of precalc(regular(my only regular class)) and IBSL math. What are my chances of getting into Johns Hopkins? Will this severely damage my chances into JHU?
I also plan to apply early decision and apply for poly sci. I