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Was my schedule challenging enough

JnmmarieJnmmarie Registered User Posts: 32 New Member
Hi! As a rising senior applying to colleges in the near future, I know how critical junior year is. I was wondering if it will look like I took the "easy way out." I know I don't look like an ivy applicant, but I'd really like scholarships to state schools (florida) and USC. I am not a math/science person, and consider myself better suited to language arts. My junior schedule:
Algebra 2 honors
Marine science honors
AP Lang
Creative writing
Acting 1 (second level drama class)
French 3 honors

I'm finishing this year with a 4.25/3.9 weighted/unweighted gpa. Sophomore year I took apush (typically a junior class). First semester, I got a B in algebra but the rest were A's. my second semester and eoy grades are straight A's. Basically, I am nervous because I only have one AP. Next year I'll have 3, but I know that junior year is the most important 😁 did I do enough?
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