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Tentative Three Year Plan (IB, Dual Enrollment, etc.)

SLeepdynamicsSLeepdynamics Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
9th Grade--Already Completed
Literature and Composition 9 Honors
Spanish II Honors
World History 9 Honors
Stem Chemistry
Adv. Algebra II
PE/Health 1
Exploring Technology/Web Design 1

10th Grade
Literature and Composition 10 Honors
Spanish III Honors
World History 10 Honors
IB Biology HL 1-->Biology required for graduation, they didn't let me take IB Physics SL
IB Math SL 1
PE/Health 2
Web Design 2/Personal Finance

11th Grade
IB Language and Literature SL/HL 1
IB Spanish SL 1
IB History SL-->Exam will be taken May, I've already checked with my IB Coordinator
IB Chemistry SL/HL 1
IB Math SL 2-->Exam will be taken May, I've already checked with my IB Coordinator
IB Physics SL/HL 1
Theory of Knowledge and Core 1

12th Grade--*s mark IB Exams taken in May
IB Literature HL 2*
IB Spanish SL 2*
IB Chemistry HL 2*
Calculus 1/2 (Dual Credit)-->Basically transferable college credits from the local university, no exam required
IB Physics HL 2*
Theory of Knowledge and Core 2
Java Programming Dual Credit-->Basically transferable college credits from the local university, no exam required

Replies to: Tentative Three Year Plan (IB, Dual Enrollment, etc.)

  • VickiSoCalVickiSoCal Registered User Posts: 2,875 Senior Member
    Frankly 12th grade seems like too much. Why the extra dual enrollment classes on top of IB? Do not underestimate the workloads of EE, TOK, 3 HL's and one SL and college applications.
  • WaterborneWaterborne Registered User Posts: 231 Junior Member
    edited February 13
    Do you have an intended major or even an idea of what you want to major in?
  • SLeepdynamicsSLeepdynamics Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
    1) The Java DE is a projects-based class. It's originally a sophomore class, but I couldn't fit into my schedule until senior year. The Calculus DE class is because I want to get some math credits done before college, so I can save some money. 2) I know about the EE, TOK, and the rest of the IB courses. I plan on getting support from my friends at an all-IB school. 3) My intended major is chemical engineering (or anything similar to it).
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