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I never took physics

senior2018xxsenior2018xx Registered User Posts: 49 Junior Member
I never took physics in high school. I took physical science, which is completely different. Is this going to be a problem when being considered for college? I'll graduate with 9 science credits however none of them are physics.

Replies to: I never took physics

  • LindagafLindagaf Registered User Posts: 6,757 Senior Member
    It could be a problem. Colleges will state what high school requirements they expect, such as math completed through Algebra 2. If they specify physics and you don't have it, you are at a disadvantage. Google the school and look for their requirements for high school students.
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