<p>Well, I have a particular fascination with Amherst pertaining to the things I've scanned and read about their school. I'm in love with it for many different vast reasons, but more importantly...</p>
<p>I think I unfortunately have my head in the clouds.</p>
<p>-I'm out of state, attending community college. (Easier financially)
-My course load is a lot and while I've got it mapped out for the 30 credits before applying, I'm not taking anything spectacular, just what's required for the Liberal Arts degree but at least a 3.8 GPA.
-I have a learning disability in math :'(, but my English abilities make up for this I feel. </p>
<p>My resume is pretty great though, feminist clubs/pc security certificate, positive force youth group for political reasons etc, community service etc. I think I also can write a pretty killer college essay. I know I'm probably shooting for what appears to be a slim to none chance for me. </p>
<p>Am I doomed? Will I have to forget about Amherst? What kind of community college applicants are generally accepted to attend there?</p>
<p>Thanks everyone, please be kind. </p>