TAing

<p>How lazy does it look if I TA during Senior year? I want to do it for a class(AP Econ) I'm really enjoying this year and want to maintain my relationship with the teacher because I just like discussing various topics with him a lot. I'm going to be requesting him to write me recommendations next year. </p>

<p>My planned schedule is
AP Comparitive Gov, AP Comp Sci, AP Bio, AP Physics C, AP Lit, Multivariable Calc/Linear Algebra</p>

<p>So would it look bad if I TAed as my 7th class or would my other classes balance it out?</p>

<p>Thanks</p>

<p>Ask him this spring if he will write your LORs for fall 2012 applications.
Usually you secure your LOR writers before your junior year is over.</p>

<p>I am positively certain there are much worse classes you can take. If you have a passion for the subject, it makes even more sense. Go for it!</p>

<p>-------------------------------------------If it is to be, it is up to me.....</p>

<p>I think you would be insane not to TA. Your schedule looks really hard and I doubt one class would push you over the edge either way at any college.</p>

<p>If your teacher would let you TA, I don't see why not. 'Course, to maintain a good relationship, you could just go and visit your teacher :P</p>

<p>Do you have a study hall or any electives..? It's your senior year, brah</p>

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'Course, to maintain a good relationship, you could just go and visit your teacher

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<p>But then you can't spend a whole class period improving your Angry Birds skills!</p>