Colleges Omit Certain Classes

<p>I have posted before on this, but since there wasn't much reply, I will ask again in a different forum. When you apple to a college, they re-calculate your GPA, using their system and taking out certain classes. Which classes do they take out? Is it only usless things like cooking class for example? Or can it be something like AP Advanced Computing? Do they take out electives also? Because some are like spanish and latin, and like that computing class is also an elective. So what types of things do they take out?</p>

<p>I think you should call specific colleges' admissions offices and find out.</p>

<p>Would email work? And if I email, what do I say...?</p>

<p>"i have a question about the way you re-compute gpa's..."</p>

<p>email is fine.</p>

<p>stanford recalcs gpas i'm pretty sure. possibly princeton too.</p>

<p>I'd check the individual schools' websites before you email them.</p>