Does my C+ hurt my chances a lot?

<p>I just finished sophomore year and I did really bad.</p>

<p>Korean 3 A-/A-
PreCalculus H D+/C+
World History H A-/A-
Chemistry H B/B
English 2H B-/B-
Golf A/A+</p>

<p>I can live with my B's but the D+ and the C+ are just things I am killing myself over. I don't's the tests. They just mess with my brain... Anyways, I did something with my counselor so that I can retake my D+ (first semester) during junior year but that C+ is something I have to keep or double register for, which I'm not sure will fit in with Golf.</p>

<p>If I just keep the C+ will that hurt my chances of getting into UC Berkeley, UCLA, UCSD, and UC Irvine?</p>

<p>*This is all considering that I somehow stepped it up junior year and got mostly A's and some B's.</p>

<p>Here is some extra information:
Varsity Golf (junior and senior)
In the process of making a club
Red Cross
Interact (Secretary)
I do MMA and have gone in tournaments (if that is relevant)
Volunteer at local hospital (It will be about 250 hours by end of senior year)
SAT= 1900

<p>What do you recommend I do in order to make up for that C+?</p>

<p>Don’t agonize over it.</p>

<p>It wont KILL you, but it’ll hurt. But, dont think too much about it and move forward. Just make sure that u dont make that kind of grade next year :)</p>

<p>I’m really sorry to say it, but I don’t think you have a very good chance of getting in to any of those schools (I don’t know about UC Irvine because I’ve never heard of it). Those are extremely tough state schools to get into and your overall grades are rather average, as is your SAT score. You also need some more ECs. I would definitely start finding some more safeties.</p>