Please chance me???? Transfer student

<p>Jewish/Hispanic male Sophomore, first generation college student with 33 credits and a 3.56 gpa (rising trend). I am taking 15 credits in the fall and another 15 in the spring. I am going to be applying to Peabody wanting to go into special education. The reason for the Law classes is due to me wanting to be a legal advocate with special education. My high school statistics weren't great I started my Junior year with a 2.76 and graduated with a 3.4, shows my ability to bounce back from adversity, but by the end of my spring semester I will of completed 66 credits, which I would imagine would make my high school record irrelevant. </p>

<p>Great Recommendation letters and essays (probably the strongest part of my application besides my ecs)</p>

<p>Fall courses:
Composition 2
Criminal Law
Criminal Procedure
American History 2
Anthropology </p>

<p>Extracurriculars (high school):</p>

<p>Varsity Swim team captain
2 year varsity lettermen
Most outstanding new swimmer award
Founder of Tiger Care International (helped raise money for children in Uganda)
Best Buddies peer mentor
Red Cross Volunteer
Community pool Lifeguard </p>

<p>Extracurriculars (college):</p>

<p>Committee chair of Philanthropy within my fraternity
Coordinator for two autism awareness fundraisers raising over $10,000 last year (will be doing the same this year)
Member of Phi Alpha Delta (pre-law fraternity)
Member of Best Buddies/mentor (program for autistic children)
Volunteer (Habitat for Humanity)
Member of College Democrats
Summer internship as a Legal Assistant
Hold position on Legislative, Judicial, and Rules committee within SGA</p>

<p>I know a lot of people hate seeing this "chance me" or "can i get in" posts, but I am someone who really wants to go to vanderbilt and be apart of the special education program. Please give me feedback regarding my chances or anything I can do to enhance my chances for admission.</p>

<p>Did you really just post the exact same thing in two different threads? Damn you're annoying. No one answered because not too many people know about transfer admission on here. Plus you didn't even say what school you're transferring from, that makes a huge difference. You had a bad high school GPA, and your college GPA isn't anything special. Additionally you didn't take any classes that would normally be considered hard (calculus, chemistry, economics). I'll guess you don't get in, but it's just a guess.</p>