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Highest Rigor Courses Necessary?
Hello, I am currently a sophomore, and would like to know if it is necessary to take the highest level courses offered at my high school in order to go to an ivy or top 30 schools? For example, I took 2 CP courses my freshman year, I am taking 1 CP course during my sophomore year (not taking APUSH but honors), taking all honors next year but not AP Lang (I will take APUSH next year as it is a two year course) and senior year plan on taking all APs. However, junior year, I am self-studying for AP Psych. Thank you in advance.8 replies
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