So I’m a junior in high school currently but I’m also homeschooled so I’m a bit worried about my chances at my top choices (University of North Carolina, Ohio state, Georgetown, and University of South Carolina ).
Gpa: 3.87 unweighted, 4.6 weighted
By graduation I’ll have taken around 35 credit hours at a community college through dual enrollment.
I started and am president of the first homeschool model un group in Ohio.
Varsity cross country 2 years (maybe 3 if I continue next year)
Started a service club (we do monthly projects but might do more after covid)
Have a part time job at chick fil a (during both summer and school year)
I also participated in OSU’s MD camp for aspiring medical students but since then have decided to not work in healthcare so I’m not sure if this is helpful.
Every summer (except 2020) I volunteer at my church’s vacation bible school
Since the model un conference was cancelled this year, instead of that I was an attorney for Ohio mock trial (it was online) but I don’t plan on doing that again once I start model un back up.
I took the ACT for the first time a week ago but haven’t gotten my scores. Realistically, by the time I apply I could probably have my score up to around a 33 but I’m guessing.
For UNC, I have 7 relatives who are going/have gone there so I’m a legacy—but I’m also out of state.
In state for Ohio state.
Honestly, what are my chances at any of those schools? If it’s not good do you have any suggestions for other colleges? I plan on majoring in history and international affairs with a minor in Arabic.
Also, because I’m homeschooled I have not taken any AP classes. Should I try for APUSH exam with only taking an honors us history class?