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Senior ap classes?

collegequest24collegequest24 Posts: 9Registered User New Member
edited July 2013 in High School Life
Im currently enrolled to take AP Gov AP French and AP Lit. I was thinking about dropping AP Lit because I dont feel prepared at all for it. My AP Lang teacher this year did not prepare us at all for that class let alone the AP exam, but I was able to pass with a 3. Would it look bas if i dont take AP Lit considering I want to major in Public Relations and Broadcasting? Im on the newspaper staff as Centerspread Editor and im on the TV show staff as well. My other class im taking is physiology. Would 2 AP be enough senior year? Ive already taken 3 throughout my sophomore and junior year
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Replies to: Senior ap classes?

  • collegequest24collegequest24 Posts: 9Registered User New Member
    can someone help me please?
  • MyNameIsCoreyMyNameIsCorey Posts: 140Registered User Junior Member
    You're only taking 4 classes?

    Take AP Lit.
  • headed2greatheaded2great Posts: 384Registered User Member
    Which college do you intend on going. I am taking 5 aps out of 5 classes. This is only to make up for my low act score (25, retaking it) and low UW gpa (3.73 and 3.83 weighted). If I can get a 5.0 it might show admissions officers that I work hard or some other bs
  • collegequest24collegequest24 Posts: 9Registered User New Member
    no im taking 6 classes
  • AznSkyDragonAznSkyDragon Posts: 440Registered User Member
    LOL that's really weird, my school forces Juniors to take Literature and Seniors to take Language. Well not really force but you can't take Lang for Junior year and vice-versa. Literature for me was really easy, it was just read, discussion, presentation and test.
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