Hey everyone, I am looking to apply to USMMA and state academies if I end up not getting in but, I was just wondering what my chances really are to get into USMMA, and what could I improve within the next two years to better my chances. ( will be applying march of 2019) Keep in mind, this is kind of hypothetical because I am in my 2nd semester at CC right now, but this is what I expect based on current trends in my life and what I am expecting of myself. High school GPA : 3.06 College GPA : 3.8 (3.75 currently) ACT : 26. 19M & 26E. Plan on retaking or just not submitting. SAT : 1550. 470M & 580E. Already signed up for the May test and actually studying this time (Only took it once and didn't study once for it) I expect to either have the minimum reqs which are 580M and 560E, or a bit higher. Probably like in the 50% rank for USMMA if I'm reading that correctly. High School ECs : President of Chess Club, CAD/Engineering classes, Debate club College ECs : Member of Phi Theta Kappa, Rec Ice Hockey (I don't know if this is considered at all, but I emailed my admissions officer and am awaiting the email), Member of the Chess Club, Piano for 3 years, Norwegian at a B2 level, Worked on a presidential campaign (local volunteer level), Work at a costco, hoping to have hundreds of hours in a specific community service (more than likely going to be something to do with Church or possibly soup kitchen). Classes I will be taking/have taken in College : Physics 1 + lab, Chem 1 (no lab offered), Bio 1 + lab, Accounting 101+2, Econ 101+2, Stats, Calc 1+2, and possibly Chem 2. I don't really know if my dad being a disabled navy vet would help on anything, but there is that. If you could be honest and tell me if I have any sort of chance, I hope to have a small chance at least and hope to improve said chance over these two years. Thanks.