What if I don't show ANY relationship between my ECs????

<p>hi, i'm a queer student whose has great interest in both physics and economics.</p>

<p>Yes, I know.
There seem like two completely far apart things.</p>

<p>I've done an independant research about physics already and I have signed up for several math/sci related clubs.</p>

<p>But I also started FBLA for my school and i'm conducting a research related to economics now... </p>

<p>Do colleges want to see well rounded students ?</p>

<p>Or do they prefer the student to feel passionate about one area....</p>

<p>I mean I also have some other EC's which show no relationship at all.</p>

<p>Hm... you may not be as unique in your interests as you think you are.</p>

<p>The #1 most popular minor at MIT is economics.</p>

<p>I do student council, the school newspaper, math competitions, and football... figure that out. Colleges like sometimes for people to have a strength ("Well-lopsided") but they don't expect you to only do ONE thing.</p>

<p>queer as in gay!!!!???!??!?!?!?!??!?!?!</p>