Hi! I'm a 9th grade student who REALLY wants to become a US coast guard. Ever since I was an elementary student, I had dreamed of patrolling the seas of my own country! My goal in this period of life is definitely getting ready for making a super competitive application for USCGA, my dream college. I am quite well informed that participating in extracurricular activities will not only enhance the all the fun I will have in high school, but also effect my chances of becoming a student at coast guards academy, apart from GPAs, SATs, and ACTs. So I have been thinking of playing a sport at school. First I must tell you this: I am not a very skilled sports player. I do know how to play basketball and golf, but I don't think I'm one of those ace players on the team, not mentioning the fact that I may not even get in the team I have been thinking of playing golf, but I haven't played for a long time. But I do have some experience of playing for about 3 years as an elementary school student, and can go practice anytime I wish to. But I do have a passion in something: dance. I know this is quite off the topic, but I know that I'm better in dancing than golfing. Our school has its very own varsity dance team apart from the cheer leading team called 'song'. I don't know if I'll make it, but I am planning to try out anyway at the end of this year. So my question is 'which one will increase my chances of getting into CGA?' I am more skilled in dance and even enjoy it, but if golf will help me reach my goals, I am ready to pick up my old golf bag and start practicing to get in our school golf team. What should I do?