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High School Class of 2020

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Replies to: High School Class of 2020

  • goneawaygoneaway Registered User Posts: 26 Junior Member
    edited April 3
    @ab2002 not many, and I am limited with my magnet program especially with low student participation in AP classes, so a lot of people don't get the opportunity to take them with the class not happening or one section running. There are around 9: AP Chem, AP Bio, AP Lang, AP Lit, APUSH, APGOV, AP PSYCH, and AP Spanish, AP Calc.
  • goneawaygoneaway Registered User Posts: 26 Junior Member
    edited April 3
    @ab2002 also my math, sciences, and interdisciplinary classes are covered by magnet program (the ap science and ap calc) so I'm left with the others
  • goneawaygoneaway Registered User Posts: 26 Junior Member
    @cherryturtle @Foreboding ikr..I spoke to upperclassmen and they all recommend to take it my senior year 2nd semester that way I am already in college and my admission revoked rather than taking it junior year and my GPA crushed.
  • mjt182mjt182 Registered User Posts: 22 Junior Member
    Anyone hoping to attend UCLA in the Fall of 2020? (:
  • collegeready33collegeready33 Registered User Posts: 220 Junior Member
    My schools college counselors aren’t that great so pretty much everyone in my grade who are shooting to ivy leagues have virtually no extracurriculars because they are under the impression that you solely need good grades and test scores to get in. I feel bad because when they realize they need to add more extracurriculars it’s too late. I almost went down that path but I found collegeconfidential and I was enlightened lol.
  • anthonytheboyanthonytheboy Registered User Posts: 466 Member
    @mjt182 UCLA is one of my schools on my list, but it is highly unlikely as I live in Virginia.

    Have a good day!
  • mjt182mjt182 Registered User Posts: 22 Junior Member
    @anthonytheboy Best of luck! I'm really trying to get into UCLA, because it's perfect for my major and a great school (-:
  • ForebodingForeboding Registered User Posts: 121 Junior Member
    edited April 12
    I almost went down that path but I found collegeconfidential and I was enlightened lol.

    CollegeConfidential is also incredibly unrealistic and misleading at times.
    UCLA is one of my schools on my list, but it is highly unlikely as I live in Virginia.

    Aren't UC's easier to get into out of state as you're virtually treated as a cash cow?
  • ab2002ab2002 Registered User Posts: 467 Member
    I am sitting here on my computer in AP Psych, like usual. Anyways, I am having a great day! I have realized that no matter what schools we get into, we will be successful. It's sunny and warm here in Ohio. It is about 70 degrees. Hope you guys are having a great day as well.
  • Max147Max147 Registered User Posts: 23 Junior Member
    @Foreboding yes it is easier to get in out of state and internationally than other public schools because they want money and prestige. And @mjt182 UCLA is really nice. Westwood/LA is such a great place to live and there’s plenty to do with all the sports games, not to mention that it’s in LA. The only problem is I want to be pre-med but being that it’s a large school, the advising is great and it’s a struggle to get the classes u want.
  • mjt182mjt182 Registered User Posts: 22 Junior Member
    @Max147 Yes, I already live in the area too! It'd be just so nice to go to a top college and still be super close to my family. I plan on majoring in Business Econ with a minor in Entrepreneurship.
  • Max147Max147 Registered User Posts: 23 Junior Member
    @mjt182 UCLA would definitely like my top choice if I were in state. The tuition is nothing compared to other schools of the same caliber. Berkeley is good too since you’re in state.
  • ab2002ab2002 Registered User Posts: 467 Member
    Guys, I just had a sudden realization. Our childhood is almost over! Think about it! We only have two years, and then we are off on our own for the rest of our lives. Slightly scary? I’ve heard that we haven’t even gotten to the best part of life, so I’m not too freaked out.
  • goneawaygoneaway Registered User Posts: 26 Junior Member
    Really? I am super freaked like I don't know where I'll be in the future, or if my college process works out. People around me see lots of success in me, but I am scared that I will end up messing up, it is nerve-wracking.
  • goneawaygoneaway Registered User Posts: 26 Junior Member
    Btw is there anyone in tennis? I recently joined and am on JV, I was wondering if it was okay to play with running shoes for first like two games because I haven't had time to buy tennis shoes and break into them. Also, can I get tips on how hard to hit the ball on a serve, 75% of the time, I hit it too hard, and it's out.
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