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Will this senior schedule hurt my chances?

ZeesusZeesus Registered User Posts: 108 Junior Member
edited February 2013 in Georgetown University
I'm a junior who has to submit her senior schedule soon. I'm very interested in international relations and want to triple up in social studies next year (AP US Gov, AP Euro, AP MAcro), but would have to drop a fourth year of spanish. Would this hurt my chances of admissions to g-town?
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Replies to: Will this senior schedule hurt my chances?

  • POLISCINYC13POLISCINYC13 Registered User Posts: 78 Junior Member
    Georgetown University only requires two years of a foreign language. Considering you are majoring in International Relations, is losing Spanish going to affect your major that much? Taking the AP and social study classes in the long term will help you toward your major more.
  • CSIHSISCSIHSIS Registered User Posts: 3,413 Senior Member
    I disagree, tbh. A language is a requirement at G'town, and you won't get credit for AP Gov anyway.

    This year I had to choose between staying in journalism as an editor-in-chief or continuing with my fourth year of Japanese. I chose Japanese and I got in EA.
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