I really want to attend MIT graduate school. Here are some things about me: I am a sophomore at an HBCU on a full scholarship. I am a physics major planning on double majoring by adding mathematics (because I LOVE it). -Overall GPA: 3.84 -Physics GPA: 4.00 (but I've only taken Physics I & Physics I Lab) -Math GPA: 4.00 (Calc I, II, and III; set theory) -The B's I had were in two English classes, chem lab and bio lab) -I'm starting the spring of my sophomore year studying for the GRE -I have an on-campus internship with XTREEMS-QED. We have been studying/predicting climate change using computer simulations and may have a work being published soon. -I gave a presentation at a Differential Equations conference and my partner and I were the only undergraduates presenting which made everyone else notice us. -I was recommended to be a tutor for Physics I next semester and the dean approved. -I will have an internship next semester in the same city at the medical mall. Am I good enough for MIT so far if I improve? What improvements can I make to increased my chances of being accepted? Would these improvements also be helpful when applying to other top graduate schools?