What else should I do to get into targets?
16 yr old HS sophomore here. I come from a middle class family and I've always dreamed of a finance career. I'm working my ass off rn so that I can get into a good target school, but there is just so much competition. For reference, I go to a large competitive public high school in the midwest.
My unweighted GPA should be 3.92+ by the time I'm a senior. Pandemic caused a drop in grades for me in BC calculus, AP Chem, and a retarded computer class (B in all). My weighted (which is what school only records) GPA of 4.2 puts me comfortably in the top 5-10% of class, and if I get straight As next year (which I can if there is no pandemic), I should have a 4.5+ GPA which puts me up very high.
SAT wise, I haven't taken the test yet but practice tests tell me that I'll get a 1550+. I'm not too worried on that end. AP tests should all be 4 or 5s, and I will take at least 13 AP classes by the end of high school. I am on a very rigorous track compared to other students so ig that helps.
Anyways I'm more worried about my extracurriculars. I do MUN a lot and I'm really good at it with a ton of awards. I also do science fair and have done quite well (no ISEF but a ton of prize money). I also made commercialization plans. The rest of my ECs aren't as important but include TedX organizing and a few other irrelevant school clubs.
I have plans for next year including starting my own conference and doing research with a target prof but what else should I do? I'm gonna work a fuck ton on the conference and use it to show business skils. Are my stats gonna fuck me up? Should I take calc 3 and other calc classes at a local uni to make up for the Bs? Do I need business ECs? I can work on creating a business out of some science fair research I did. Assume that essays/recs are decent.
What else should I do? Is there a secret sauce I'm missing? What do you think I should do? Any help is good help at this point