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sophomore courses (edits)

penngirlpendingpenngirlpending Registered User Posts: 604 Member
english honors
science research honors
AP us history
chem level one(btw i'm not a science person so level one to me is honors)
alg II level one
spanish III

Replies to: sophomore courses (edits)

  • penngirlpendingpenngirlpending Registered User Posts: 604 Member
    should I take algebra level honors? I need to ask teacher. Can students do that? Ask teacher to move up level? I take Kumon and I'm currently doing alg. two stuff. almost done-heading on the precalc.

    Is it too much already for balance in homework, sports, and sleep?
    If not, will adding honors math change it? Anyone taken these? Thanks
  • elefish92elefish92 Registered User Posts: 609 Member
    English H - Depends on teacher in terms of workload, but hey, it's English, there will still be work regardless. (Not hard)
    Science Research H - What is that? I assume from the title that it's just going to consist of research, shouldn't be hard.
    AP US History - Keep since it's the only AP you have.
    Chemistry - Depends on teacher, hands down.
    Algebra 2 - Depends on teacher, pay attention in class.
    Band & Spanish, you can base it on your own opinion, keep Spanish, band sure why not if you have nothing else to fill up.

    Only take Honors for Algebra if you are an expert in the subject, it will be totally fine if you don't, you already have 2 other Honors and 1 AP.
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