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I recently have developed an interest for architecture and have learned that most schools require a portfolio for admittance and look at your SAT scores and GPA too, of course.
What I am confused about is whether or not they require high school architecture classes for admittance and if not, does it look bad/reduce your chances at acceptance if you have not taken any courses in high school or have only taken some of them?
For example, I have only taken one architecture class in high school out of the three available classes. Having only taken 1 of 3, would that hamper my possibilites of being accepted to an architecture school?