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Junior year classes?

kayceecakesskayceecakess Registered User Posts: 28 New Member
edited March 2013 in High School Life
So I can't decide whether the classes I chose for junior year were right for me or not, I chose AP biology, AP Calculus AB, U.S History, Drawing/Painting (only took visual arts requirement and because Ceramics was full), English (I took regular instead of AP because my teacher told me AP deals with writing in response to non fiction while the regular English better prepares you for AP English 12), Theater as a after school class, and I'm hoping to get in ASB which is student government as I'm applying for vice president, although if I don't get it I will just take Anatomy. With these classes in mind if I were to score an A in all of them I would still only end up with a 4.33 GPA, and odds are I won't get an A in AP Calculus, should I have included AP U.S History, even though history is my weakest subject? My rank this year was 12/550 with a 4.17 GPA
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Replies to: Junior year classes?

  • marshmallowpopmarshmallowpop Registered User Posts: 816 Member
    Chill your butt. The classes you're taking are fine. Chances are, if you load up on too many difficult classes, your performance in ALL your class will take a hit.
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