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Is this a good plan?
I posted this in the nursing major section before but I think it could also fall into this category.Basically up until this summer I thought I really wanted to go into finance.This summer I volunteered at the hospital and fell in love with the nursing career.My ultimate goal is to become a neonatal nurse but for now it is to become a normal nurse.Anyway I originally only signed up for one AP class which was AP gov.I was not able to switch into AP Bio or AP Chem which i know would be more competitive for college.I switched my elective to anatomy to try to make up for the lack of AP classes I am taking as a junior.I am currently in AP Gov and this class is hard work and extremely stressful.Is it necessary to take this class because I want nothing to do with politics when I am older.But I feel like if I don't take any AP classes than I wont be able to get into college.So basically do you think I should drop AP Gov which would allow me to spend more time volunteering and be way less stressed out or stick with it because it is my only AP class?Please answer as soon as possible if you think you would be of any help!9 replies
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