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What to do?


Replies to: What to do?

  • nkmcnkmc Registered User Posts: 74 Junior Member
    Talk to your guidance counselor. They might advise you to drop an AP because it isn't good to pass up a 2nd year of a language. If worse comes to worse, you can do an independent study with the teacher.
  • happymomof1happymomof1 Registered User Posts: 28,737 Senior Member
    LOTS, and I do mean LOTS of students get into very fine colleges every single year without ever taking any foreign language.

    So, stop sweating this.

    Take the other classes next year. Worry about how (or even whether) to squeeze the second year of Spanish into your program next spring.

    The college admissions committees will understand that you have schedule conflicts because, well, everyone has them. That is why when you read the list of course recommendations for admission, you will see that almost always the word "recommendation" is used rather than the word "requirement".
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