<p>I am Japanese immigrant, and came to the U.S about 6 years ago.
I came here with no English at all and I was in ESOL class until I graduated middle school. </p>
<p>I took 5 APs in Junior year, and i received 5 As, one A- in Spanish and one B+ in AP English Language. (I got all As for other 4 AP classes). It was UW 3.86 and 4.66 weighted. </p>
<p>This year, I am taking 6 APs.
But with tons of college essays, interviews, and financial aid applications, I couldn't spend much time as I did in Junior year.
Now I ended my first semester of senior year with two B+ (one from AP English Lit), two A-, and only three As.
It comes out to be 3.71 unweighted, and 4.57 weighted.</p>
<p>One of my friend told me that this descending grade from Junior year to Senior year looks REALLY BAD to colleges..
Is this really going to affect the admission that much?</p>
<p>Also can being a immigrant and not fluent in English can be positive thing in the admission process?
I just want to know I still have a chance for Harvard,,
Plus, my sat score is 2300 and my ECs are really normal and not outstanding at all.</p>