Chances as a transfer?

<p>had a 3.3-3.4 gpa in a large public highschool in NY (So about a 88-89) and SAT of 1160/1600 1810/2400
-Top 25% of my graduating class (650+students)
-president of my class for three consecutive years
-National Honor Society Member as well as active in a few other clubs
-Great recomendations from faculty and local church organization
-Lots and lots of community service hours(Given an award by a local legislator senior year as a recognition for community service.)
-Worked part time during junior and senior year.</p>

<p>Side note: during high school I went through some significant personal problems which i strongly believe prevented me from living up to my potential academically...now that I have those behind me, I know that my college grades are much more accurate of my true potential. </p>

<p>Attend a Community College near home I have my gpa up to a 3.83
-Elected to serve as a Student Government officer for my second year at CC.
-Active member of the political science club (My intended major)
-Work 24-30hours a week part time and continue to volunteer</p>

<p>So first off, could i get into Wes as a junior transfer student? Should I explain my high school situation with the admissions people (not as an excuse but more an explanation) and anyone with info about transfer students at Wes that can share would be appreciated! Thanks</p>

<p>I think the biggest challenge that you will have to overcome is your SAT score.
I think it's probably worth applying, but realize that for most schools it's actually <em>harder</em> to get in as a transfer than out of HS.</p>

<p>thanks, ya i recognize the difficulty of transferring to schools like wesleyan but i think i have set myself as best as i could to be admitted and theres not much more i can do....i wish i could retake the sat but since im out of hs most colleges would not validate those scores if i re-took the test. my sat scores are tied directly to an anxiety disorder i had in hs and have no overcome...hopefully i can explain this to the committee so less wieght is placed on those scores</p>