When it comes to how to get into college, it is not enough that you have the best scores. You should also focus on developing your college essays. These are your very own testimonials that describe you in writing. Are you an exciting, passionate individual? Pretend you are writing a resume for a job. What do you think the employer wants to see so they want to employ you? If you think you don’t have enough to write, then probably you should be doing more stuff. Be involved in your school and community activity. Employers look at your extracurricular activities more than grades these days (you are getting employed to be a student, so in this case your grade still matters), not only does this gives you an opportunity to learn new experiences, this activity also makes you stand out of the crowd.
Still unsure if you had enough? Consult your teacher or counselor, maybe they will even get you a recommendation. Essentially, it’s all about starting early to pile up that experiences and credits that you will later apply for college and life. There will also be on-campus interviews for top colleges. Learn to dress professionally and articulate your thoughts. There is a lot to learn, but it is manageable. Good luck!