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USC supplement- entering course/grades

justahopefuljustahopeful Posts: 10Registered User New Member
In the section in the supplement for entering grades, what do you do if you have multiple math/science courses in a semester? For example, in 10th grade I had calculus and statistics, both year long. Should I place one under the electives section or just place a slash between the two courses (along with the respective grades) in the math section?

Also, should I report self-learned courses, or nonconventional courses (such as topology and combinatorics) that I took outside of school but not at a college under summer/3rd semester courses?
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Replies to: USC supplement- entering course/grades

  • justahopefuljustahopeful Posts: 10Registered User New Member
  • iamjen1iamjen1 Posts: 81Registered User Junior Member
    My daughter had a similar situation. Put the same subject class under electives. Any courses that were self taught or from non traditional institutions, like a college, should not be listed in the same area as your academics. I don't remember the application exactly, but I do believe there would be another area you could list those items, maybe in extra-curricular or in the section that ask you if there is anything else you would like to add.
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