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Do colleges look negatively on "dropped" classes?

tubachicktubachick - Posts: 809 Member
edited July 2008 in College Admissions
Simply enough said, do colleges look down upon classes dropped?
here's my figurative situation;

A student take band freshman and sophomore year but decides she doesn't want to do it anymore so does not take it junior or senior year. Bad, good, doesn't matter?

Just curious. I had some friends asking me if I knew anything so I thought I'd ask here!
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