People tell me all the time that I'm too young to be thinking about college and my career, but I've always wanted to become a doctor. I do not have any second thoughts.
What are my chances of getting into a straight 7-year med program?
1.) Honors Algebra II (A-)
2.) Honors English 9 (A-)
3.) Honors World Studies (A)
4.) Physical Science P (A)
5.) Spanish III (A)
6.) Honors Biology (A)
7.) Journalism (A)
There were about 100 kids taking the Honors Biology course at my school, and I had the 2nd highest grade, with a 99% in the class. My GPA in 9th grade was a 3.9.
2.) Honors English 10
3.) U.S. History A.P.
4.) A.P. Physics (I took physics over the summer at a local university and tested out with an A.)
5.) IB Chemistry (I also tested out of chemistry with an A)
6.) Spanish IV
So far I have A's in all my classes and an A- in pre-calculus and IB chemistry.
1.) Calculus 1
2.) IB World Literature Yr. 1
3.) Government A.P.
4.) A.P. Chemistry
6.) IB Spanish V
7.) Creative Writing
1.) Calculus 2
2.) IB World Literature Yr. 2
3.) A.P. Economics
4.) A.P. Biology
5.) French I
6.) School Newspaper/Independent Study
I got a 26 on my ACT in 9th grade, and a 1540 on my SAT in 8th grade.
That's how my four-year plan is looking like. I am a member of my school's debate team, forensics, multicultural club,Students Against Drunk Driving, as well as being class council vice-president.
I play the piano, dance, work at a research lab in Detroit, play on the J.V. girls tennis team, sub for the girl's varsity team for a different school, and I have 50 hours of volunteer work so far.
Money is not an issue, so I can deal with paying for expensive schools. What are my shots at an Ivy Leage or a 7-year med program?