I plan on applying to NYU Stern next year.
Assuming I have all the requirments and test scores and GPA etc...
Would my not taking Science Senior make or brake my application, or if I'm strong enough should I be able to overcome it?</p>
<p>It doesn't really matter at all. I'm guessing you are international?</p>
<p>nope born and raised in new york
bit i filled my schedule bc of extra classes and i have the 3 years of science nyu stern necessitates</p>
<p>If you're in New York, and you've already taken enough Science Regents exams, you can get rid of science, as long as you replace it something that Stern would want to see. (Not "Basket Weaving" or something.)</p>
<p>thanks missamerican pie thts exactly what i wanted to know-</p>
<p>If you go on NYU forums...questions answered by their admissions people...they state again and again that you should take 5 academics every year. My D asked the question on the forum recently about dropping an academic for another art class (she plans to apply for studio art in Steinhardt) and they advised her not to drop an academic. They clearly stated that the strongest candidates will have language, english, social science, math and science every year. If you are still unsure, call the school directly.</p>