Do i stand a chance a getting into college?

<p>Hey Everyone!,</p>

<p>I am getting really scared I wont get into college, because I have get rejected for volunteer work, and science related summer camps. I also have a learning disability (learning disability NOS) In the fall I will be a senior in high school.</p>

<p>Theses are the colleges I want to go to:
Boston University
Baylor University
The University of Texas at Austin
Texas Tech
University of Chicago ( I probably dont stand a chance but it's still on the list)</p>

A's,B's, and C's
Science: A's and B's
Math:B's and C's
English: A's and B's
History: A's and B's</p>

<p>Rigor of secondary school: For my first two years of high school I went to a rigorous college prep school which ranks 9th on the newsweek magazine list. For my last two years, I am in a program where we complete our high school requirements by taking college classes, so I am aslo finishing my first two years of college (so I can either apply as a transfer student or a freshman). Also at the end of this program we recieve Associate degrees if we complete the required amount of hours.</p>

I play acoustic guitar
I am involved with a science club outside of school
I have attended a few science camps
I was in the computer club in 10th grade
I was in the cooking club in 9th grade
I am a mentor for in coming juniors at my current high school</p>

The Arthritis Foundation
(I am trying to get more)</p>

The highest score I have been able to get it 1750, but I am studying and I have 2 more tries.</p>

<p>Could I get into college? How can I improve? Could I get into any of the colleges listed above?</p>

<p>Your current stats will make you an easy admit to Texas Tech. Great school, fun place to go to college.</p>

<p>The other schools will be more of a stretch, but I think Baylor and UT might be realistic. The fact that you have all the college credit should work in your favor at those schools. Hopefully, you have better than a 3.0 GPA in those college credit classes. If so, I like your odds at Baylor for sure.</p>