Hello! Thanks firstly for venturing to read my question. I'm in a bit of a dilemma. I only learnt about Barnard say 4-5 months ago(and then decided it was going to be my 1st choice reach school!).
As per my course planning earlier, I just knew that I wanted to go into the Social Sciences since I happened to enjoy writing. I wasn't terrible in science or math but I didn't really enjoy sciences! Now Barnard happens to ask for the most rigorous courses. I always took the hardest courses. People need 30 courses to graduate, but the time I will- I probably will have 33. Since I assumed I'd be going into the social sciences, I didn't really take the sciences or math.
Next year I have: Statistics, English, Violin, World History, Law, Politics, World Issues, Economics and SAP(Sociology, Anthropology, Physiology) All courses that I know I will thoroughly enjoy!
I've got 4 years of English and 4 years of History covered for Barnard.
I took Statistics for Grade 12 instead of Advanced Functions and Calculus because they told me it was the "Social Science" Math. And I skipped grade 9 math and got promoted to grade 10 math so I would have 3 years of Math along with Statistics.
1)Should I take Advance Functions and Calculus, it would mess up my whole schedule?
I have two courses in Science for Grade 9 and 10. Thing is without taking sciences in grade 11, you can't take physics, chemistry or biology in grade 12!
2)Should I study really hard and write SAT tests in the sciences? how many?
I moved to Toronto in Grade 9 and know Bengali and English well. So After my grade 9 French course, I never took it again.
So my language requirement is incomplete.
Social Science requirement should be okay.
My average right now is a 3.52 which is low for Barnard. What should I do?
Have a Good day!