So, I've sort of been asking around, but I thought I would get some opinions here because you all seem so college-savy.
Since my freshman year (I am now a Junior), I have had this on-going problem where I randomly pass out. Starting about my freshman year, I just started losing consciousness randomly, and it started getting so bad as to be 3-4 times a day, 3-4 times a week. Obviously, my life from freshman to the end of sophomore year was mostly filled with making up work (my very small private school would freak out every time this happened, and they would send me home) and doctors visits. During second semester sophomore year, I missed 3 months in every subject, and I was forced to be in a wheelchair. After a month of static fainting Junior year, I switched schools, was finally diagnosed (after extensive testing, including the implanting of a heart monitor), and I've finally started to get better. Due to allllll of this, my extra curriculars are not as stellar as I've wanted them to be (it's extraordinarily hard to stay commited to an activity when you tend to drop to the floor every hour or so), and I'm wondering if this would seem a plausible...excuse, for lack of a better word, as to why my extra curriculars are not that great. What do you guys think? Any advice as to how to improve them now, second semester junior year?
Thanks in advance!!!!