I am currently a freshman at SUNY Binghamton. I originally was supposed to attend West Point received a Congressional Nomination, qualified academically & physically, but I was medically disqualified due to my ADHD medication. I was told by my field force representative to spend a semester at another school (I chose Binghamton because it was relatively good academically and cheap), but when I came off of the medication I had a really tough time coping. I finished the semester with a 2.0 and immediately went back onto my medication. This semester, on medication, I am expecting to finish with a 4.0.
Binghamton is a living hell for me. The classes are ridiculously easy, the people here are terrible, there have been 3 murders on campus (one happening next door to me), and for a variety of other reasons, I need to leave; however, I won't transfer into another school unless it is better than Binghamton. I have been in contact with the admissions team at Cornell, but I'm wondering: what are my chances of getting in and what other options do I have for school?
In terms of extracurriculars, I was a 4 sport athlete in high school, was the runner up for governor at Boys' State, worked for Congressman King, raised over $20,000 through multiple charity events I organized, and have a bunch more community service/internships/volunteerwork.
In highschool, my grades were in the low 90s, however, I went to a very difficult all boy private school that also did not curve/weight grades. My ACT score was a 30. Although last semester I held a 2.0 (which I know is really bad, wondering how much that will effect me especially with everything else), I have a 4.0 this semester and most likely can do it again next semester.
I am a Poli Sci major minoring in Economics and my overall goal is law school.
What are my chances to transfer into Cornell, and what other schools should I consider?