Getting into IB for non-Target school?
I was a complete idiot in High School and didn't do enough extracurriculars to get into an Ivy or target school. Have a 1520 SAT and 96% unweighted grade percent average (110% weighted), not sure what that is in terms of 4.0 scale. I'm going to the University of Connecticut as a Freshman this Fall, planning to double major in Finance and Management Information Systems with a Minor in Accounting. I'm gonna try to transfer to a better school like NYU or Cornell next year but let's assume that I don't get into a target as a transfer and I'm stuck with UCONN.
What's the best career path to follow in order to get into Investment Banking, considering I'm not at a target school? UCONN is getting better and better every year but that doesn't mean much considering it's ranked top 60-70 schools. What can I do to give myself the best chance at IB?