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I don't meet the requirements

ZyzztheticsZyzzthetics Registered User Posts: 77 Junior Member
edited January 2012 in University of Georgia
Halfway through the application, I come across the question asking if by the time I am done with highschool, will I have 4 years of math english science etc. Well, I'm currently a senior and first semester is just about over and I only have 3 years of science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics). Is there anything I can do?
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Replies to: I don't meet the requirements

  • iRH3TTiRH3TT Registered User Posts: 83 Junior Member
    Try to add a science class this semester, such as Environmental Science. I'm surprised your school doesn't monitor graduation requirement progress... maybe you have taken an equivalent? I know in GA if you take a few Agriculture classes they can replace a science class.
  • BanjoHitterBanjoHitter Registered User Posts: 1,497 Senior Member
    I'm surprised your school doesn't monitor graduation requirement progress...

    The OP is from Illinois. Illinois only requires 2 years of Science to graduate High School (Georgia requires 4 years).

    Would adding 1 semester of a dual-enrollment science course count as a "year" of science to UGA? If so, that's possible (enroll in a community college for Spring Semester and take a science course). You might want to call and ask.
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