I am looking to apply to Harvard, Princeton, Yale, MIT and Stanford.
My backstory is rather unusual. I graduated High School with a 4.0 GPA at 11 (I will turn 16 in a few weeks). I also dual enrolled at a local university and received a 4.0 there my last semester. I attended Bard College at Simon's Rock (it's called the Early College b/c the average starting age is 16) at 12. However, I wasn't quite ready for college yet and left after three semesters there with a cumulative GPA of a 3.03.
On the other hand, I am very skilled at piano. I attended Juilliard Pre-College whilst in high school, and New England Conservatory whilst in college. I have been on America's Got Talent, performed at the White House and have been a prizewinner at many international competitions performing around the world. Most of my "pianistic" accomplishments (not AGT though) where achieved after I left college.
My academic honors are not lackluster either. I won a TV game show that was designed in collaboration with American Mensa. I attended WWDC 2014 as a special guest of Tim Cook and know Steve Wozniak personally. I even have a day named after me in my home county.
I have recently continued taking some non-degree courses at a local above-average public university and have a GPA there of 3.95 ( about half the amount of courses I took at Bard with a few repetitions).
My test stats are (all taken late last year):
SAT Math Level II: 800
SAT Chemistry: 800
After all this, my main concern is whether or not the admission will be able to overlook my 3.03.
Thanks for reading this and I look forward to y'all's responses!