ok, so i want to apply to mit. im a junior, my sat score is 800 for math, 740 reading, 690 writing, subject sats, bio 720, physics 800, and 800 on both maths. i havent taken any physics class(because of special cirriculam in my school) my gpa isnt very good, however, i ve taken really advanced math classes(diff eq 1, real analysis 1, vector geometry, linear algebra(credit by examination), will be taking more math in senior year as well, i have As on all of them except on 1 where i have a b) also, i am researching on thermodynamics topics, for which i may get rechognition(by this i mean i will be competing in science fair)(maybe not the first prize, but definately semifinalist or isef finalist) but this is in my senior year. i am currently a senior, for the past year ive been working like crazy for the physics olympiad, i will make the semi-finals for sure, but i think i might actually make the finals. but, all this (my research, and physics olympiad(if i make the finals)) will happen after i submit my application, however, they are very important credential, in my opinion. so, my question, is will mit(or other college) see that ive done these by any chance even though they happened after i submit my application.