To learn two languages, are to learn one and take history?

<p>At my school, we are given the opportunity to learn two languages for three years, and then be waived from the history course until senior year. I was planning to take Latin and Spanish, but now I'm not sure if I should give up history or not..</p>

<p>I would worry about learning the English language first... (see your title). </p>

<p>Anyway, as much as I love languages, you shouldn't give up history. If anything, you should find a way to do both. If not, do history.</p>

<p>I would take another language, but most colleges require at least 2 years of history, if not 3 or more.</p>

<p>Take history.</p>

<p>^About the history requirement- My school only offers 1.5 years of history. I plan on applying to top schools that probably require 3 history credits. What do I do?</p>

<p>Maybe self study history? Dual credit with a nearby college?</p>

<p>I'm not sure.</p>

<p>Talk to your academic counselor or something.</p>

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^About the history requirement- My school only offers 1.5 years of history. I plan on applying to top schools that probably require 3 history credits. What do I do?

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<p>Usually history is synonymous with social studies. </p>

<p>And how is there only 1.5 credits? US and world should be at least one credit a piece, no?</p>