I hope everyone is doing well. I will be applying for 2021 MIT Fall semester and currently I am attending BMCC in New York City. My GPA is 3.6 and I have completed 12 credits, and I have signed up for 16 credits this fall semester. After December of this year, I will apply for lots of prestigious universities and I have about three Ivy League colleges in my mind. I am interested about the finance or business analytics major at MIT but I already know how tough it is to get in there. Even 1500 SAT Scorers do not get in there sometimes I heard. Well, I will be extremely honest about my journey. In middle school, I had 3.7 GPA in 7th grade but then dropped down in eight grade. Then at high school, my freshmen year GPA was 3.7 and then dropped down later. I graduated from high school with 2.9/3.0 estimated GPA. I was really disappointed with myself, but I did not get motivated after that. Well, I moved to NYC in 2019 and started BMCC in 2020. I would say this move changed my life completely because I have not only gotten 3.6 in first semester, but I also got " Dean List ", award in my English class, topped my English class (out of 20 students, highest scorer) as well. After the spring semester of 2020, I completely have changed and I am very focused about education like I never was before. I am clear about getting a degree soon and also get one from a top college. So, even if I apply for MIT and I do not get accepted, no regrets. So, my question is my SAT score was below 1000 and I have not taken any science class in my college yet. So, my question to all of you is that should I even apply? I know I can apply with waiver and all that. My SAT score and high school GPA is not good enough but doing fairly well at my college as of now. Please let me know any one. Thank you everyone for reading this.