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Largely on my own, I studied algebra in the fifth grade. I was able to take algebra as an official class in the sixth. In that year, I studied Calculus on my own, and In the eighth grade, I was allowed to take that as an official course. Though I wanted to take the BC test, they insisted I take the AB, and I got a 5.

In freshman year, I took 4 math classes and a physics class. I took Calculus BC, Ap statistics, along with Number Theory and Logic from EPGY, and AP physics. I got a 5 in the calc and physics, 4 in the statistics, and passed with A's in the EPGY courses. That year, I was also MVP of my football team, and got a 53 in the 400 meter, while getting my star in scouts. I got about a 3.8

In sophomore year, everything sucked. I got slow at the 400 meters(compared to last year)

About a 2.8 grade point average that year,And I got a C in multivariable calculus. My accomplishments last year were breaking the American bench poress record for my age and weight class, getting a 5 on the Ap bio exam, with 4's on ap Econ micro and Ap Euro.

This year is junior year. Ive done no outside classes, my grade point average right now is about a 3.3 this year. Im taking mainly Ap courses(my grades are not weighted)

Well, I am doing self-studying for both ap physics right now.(they havent affected my grades, since I just started studying)

Im not overloaded. School is just depressing,thats all.(its a long story)

What should I do for college?

Does anyone have any advise?