Hey, is anyone taking concurrent studies at their senior year? Read

<p>I am just wondering, how many of you who took college classes as a senior high school student decide to use that credit to exempt from courses in college? </p>

<p>If you have not, did yo just "abandoned it" and made it look like as if you have never done concurrent studies and thus retake the course at your new institution? Will your new institution even know that you did this? Do you think grad school will hunt you down and see that you took the course twice?</p>

<p>Another thing is, if you do decide to use your transfer credit, will it transfer your gpa? Is it even a wise idea if it was like 3.5 or 3.4 or 3.7?</p>

<p>You're required to report college classes you took through dual enrollment in high school. My college doesn't accept transfer credits, but I had to report it anyways. I don't think it's a good idea to pretend you didn't take the class, but you can always retake a class in college, even if you have AP/college credit from another college.</p>

<p>Yeah, but it isn't good looking for grad school</p>