Here's my take as a humble writer struggling with a query of his own.
Chuck Carlyle starts college with normal expectations: classes, clubs, and the occasional party. For a hook, your first sentence is like a straight piece of wire. There's no bend in it, no hook. Starting off saying he's an ordinary college freshman isn't going to cause anyone to lift an eyebrow, or gasp, or anything. You'll probably lose 50% of the agents right there. Perhaps something like: Freshman, Chuck Carlyle, tries to balance classes, clubs, the occasional party, and his newfound telekinesis that's always getting him in trouble. That, and his telepathic ability, make college life quite interesting. His telekinetic and telepathic abilities aren’t making things easy, though. His control over these abilities is haphazard at best, but he soon learns that’s the least of his problems.
Just as Chuck settles into the college routine, he encounters
extremists of his kind Calling them extremists conjures images of muslim terrorists, and unless that's what you want, I would suggest something along the lines of: cultists with similar abilities attempting to steal an ancient artifact from a museum Please be specific. An artifact can ve anything from a broken pottery plate to a massive bronze idol of a five-headed serpent. He sees firsthand how destructive powers can be in the wrong hands, powers that leave significant damage to the museum This is rather vague. Might I suggest something like knock down a brick wall like it was paper [or whatever they actually did] and leave a patron almost dead. A rash decision puts Chuck and his friends right in their warpath. In the middle of the chaos, he discovers a hidden ability Now this is really vague. Please tell us what it is or just leave it out., which ruins the fragile control he had on his powers. This was not the class trip he was expecting. Please tell us about the class outing earlier so it doesn't jar us after the fact.
Chuck searches for answers and finds that the artifact can unlock an unstoppable force Again, this is vague, and vague images are hard to grasp and thus cause little interest. The only thing standing in the way of the extremists’ plot for the fall of ordinary humanity is the artifact’s counterpart Again, what is it?. It’s coming to the most secure museum in the city Which city?. Chuck has to get to it first. But between the onslaught of school assignments and job obligations He has a job too? It might be a little late to bring that up here., Chuck barely has time to sleep, let alone save the world. They don’t teach a class on that.
Chuck’s only chance for success is for him to learn to control his powers. Maybe then life can return to normal. Does he really want a normal life? I wouldn't in his shoes. I'd want an extraordinary life at the very least.
You may well have a very interesting novel, but with your lack of a hook, and all the vague references, I don't see it. I hope mu humble opinions are helpful. Queries are hard. I can't count how many different versions I've written, and I'm not done yet. Feel free to give me your first impressions of mine.