My high-school counsellor just wrote me the secondary school report, and I see mistakes rampant everywhere.
He states that my school has 8 AP courses. The reality? 0 AP courses. I was the only grade 11 to take any AP exams this year. In fact, I'm the first one in school history to get a 5 in more than one subject. (got 5's in AP Bio, Psych and Calc AB). What he means, though, is that the school will give "credit" for an AP course if you take the exam. So, I self studied those 3 AP tests, and the school will give me school credit for them which applies to graduation.
But, how can that be stated as 8 AP courses?
Also, my school has 4 honours classes (Math 9, 10, 11, 12) and my counsellor wrote 6. I don't know what he is talking about.
Also, he listed my course-load compared to other students in the class NOT as "most rigorous".
To me, that is an insult. Last year, 4 grade 12 students took AP Calculus and 1 grade 12 student took AP Psychology.
Me, I took AP Calculus, AP Biology, AP Psychology as a grade 11. No other grade 11 has taken AP's.
I have taken Math 12 during my grade 10 year. I have the most classes finished in my grade. I don't know how he can say that somebody else has a mor rigorous curriculum.
Besides, am I even supposed to be reading this? If not, I guess that's another mistake for him, as he gave it back to me yesterday for me to mail out to colleges.
What do I do now? Do I go back to him and ask him who in my grade has a more rigorous program than me?