Okay, I'm not necessarily asking about my current status being good enough for appointment, but more so what I can do to strengthen my resume for when the time comes to apply. I am currently a sophomore in high school, and with just a little over a year away from the time it's my turn to start applying, I'd like to get some pointers on what I can do within this time period to make myself a better potential candidate for acceptance. Here's what I've got so far: •4.3 weighted GPA •3.9 unweighted GPA •Top 1% of my class (ranked 4 out of 675) •Club soccer (I do not participate in high school sports, primarily due to the fact that club soccer takes up so much time.) •Sophomore class officer •Member of 3 various clubs (Student Council, Health Occupational Students of America, Science Club) •Over 100 hours in volunteer hours (I'm a member of my school's volunteer organization) •Soon to be NHS inductee. By next year, I'll have over 200 hours of volunteer work, and I plan to join 1-3 more clubs next fall. I'm also about to run for a junior class officer position and want to try for a leadership position in HOSA, although I'm not 100% positive it'll happen. On top of this, I'm about to get accepted into a very selective clinical rotations program (only 12 students out of the whole school district are selected) for next year. I've also recently begun working out really hard so that I can get as close to maxing out on my CFA as possibly, so doing well on the physical portion of my application shouldn't be a problem. All in all, what areas of my resume need some work? I'd just like to start bettering myself as early as possible so I don't turn into another "I wish I had" story. Any feedback is appreciated.