<p>My high school teachers always have been more than happy to supply their information as well as paper documents to "encourage" the students who do not have high GPA's to get into well known colleges. (Such as myself)</p>
<p>During my senior year, I've been flipping through these articles and all the time the "low" GPA of these students was around 3.2-3.4. What? I was confused, and disheartened by the standards of "low." Comparing my current 2.6 GPA to this, was like saying I had no chance! </p>
<p>Right now, as far as I'm concerned, I'm not a good student. So can someone here just give me a little blink of light? Please? :) </p>
<p>My current cumulative GPA is 2.6 as stated earlier. I had taken two AP classes last year, and am taking three more this year.<br>
My SAT composite for both my reading (570) and math (470) is 1040.
My ACT composite was 26. (I am planning on retaking the ACT in December.)</p>