Hi, I only want all honest questions here... I am a sixteen year old girl, I am currently homeschooled, I got to a homeschool co-op where I go to a classroom once a week. In the past I did those illegit homeschooling programs, for example... k-12, conncetions academy, OHDELA things like that (you can research them if you want) I have been homeschooled for my whole life, and while I was in those programs I wasn't getting the work explained to me very well, my parents are divorced so it was just me and my sister at home both trying to homeschool our selves. I am not going to say I had the best grades then either. This year, however, somethings began to change... I started getting tutoring, and then I entered the homeschooling co-op in the fall... I have been getting good and decent grades since... especially now that I have real teachers... I also forgot to mention in the past when I would take my state tests, such as the OAT's "ohio achievemnt tests" I don't think I did so well (once again because homeschooling wasn't helping me learn and I hated it!). Now, to get to the point... I want to major in the science field and do something science related, do you think that my education history will hinder any of my plans?
P.S. I also am applying for a really nice high school, will any of this hinder tha chance too?