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What classes would i have to take in high school?

What classes would i have to take in high school? Topic: Biology homework assistance
May 25, 2019 / By Danni
Question: if i were to be an anesthesiologist? right now i'm in 8th grade taking these classes: GT Geometry, Pre-Ap Science, GT United States History and GT English 1. i know to get into a good med school, i'd have to have taken alot of math and science. i also know that the courses offered depend on what campus i'm on, but could anyone just give me a general idea for what i need to sign up for next fall? thank you! Pre-Ap and GT are like advanced classes
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Bonny Bonny | 5 days ago
a lot of what decides if you get into prestigious medical schools is what you do outside of the classroom. make sure you take every science and math that you can (relating to the study of medicines and the human body, i would even take advanced physics classes if you can fit them in, but they are secondary to chemistry in med school). Challenge yourself to take the hardest classes possible in all areas, (social studies, math, science, etc) because you will need high ACT/SAT scores... try taking both of these tests and scoring well on them to turn into the school of your choice. I would suggest not taking the ACT until junior or senior year because a lot of schools will reject multiple tries at getting a high score, and they most often do not take a superscore (composite of all your best scores in the areas of the test) make sure you are active in clubs, science olympiad, doing community service, donate your time at hospitals, and make sure you document a lot of this. try to achieve a 4.0 if possible, with any honors classes that you can take. write a letter to your congressman and include the information of your studies and exploits in your community, and try to get a letter of reference to the school as well. doing all of this is of course your ideal stab at getting into med school, but just do the best you can and i'm sure you will do just fine. do the absolute most you can, you will appreciate the hard work later on, it will always pay off. as far as 9th grade...(always go for honors credits!) English - always participate in writing contests, do extra projects etc, just make sure you are always well pronounced World geography spanish (this will be increasingly important in finding a job in medicine, as more and more hispanics are needing assistance here, i would also suggest taking both 1 and 2 your freshman year, and 3 and 4 your sophomore year) biology IT classes (web design or typing even if you are weak here, the knowledge of how to use technology will be important in all fields when you enter the workplace) your 9th grade year will always be just getting basic classes out of the way. make sure you focus your schedule on getting your core classes out of the way, leave more of your electives for junior and senior year (if you cant handle the work load you can always add them in to lessen your homework some semesters, but then again being a doctor isnt for everyone) so good luck in your goal!
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Bonny Originally Answered: What classes would i have to take in high school?
a lot of what decides if you get into prestigious medical schools is what you do outside of the classroom. make sure you take every science and math that you can (relating to the study of medicines and the human body, i would even take advanced physics classes if you can fit them in, but they are secondary to chemistry in med school). Challenge yourself to take the hardest classes possible in all areas, (social studies, math, science, etc) because you will need high ACT/SAT scores... try taking both of these tests and scoring well on them to turn into the school of your choice. I would suggest not taking the ACT until junior or senior year because a lot of schools will reject multiple tries at getting a high score, and they most often do not take a superscore (composite of all your best scores in the areas of the test) make sure you are active in clubs, science olympiad, doing community service, donate your time at hospitals, and make sure you document a lot of this. try to achieve a 4.0 if possible, with any honors classes that you can take. write a letter to your congressman and include the information of your studies and exploits in your community, and try to get a letter of reference to the school as well. doing all of this is of course your ideal stab at getting into med school, but just do the best you can and i'm sure you will do just fine. do the absolute most you can, you will appreciate the hard work later on, it will always pay off. as far as 9th grade...(always go for honors credits!) English - always participate in writing contests, do extra projects etc, just make sure you are always well pronounced World geography spanish (this will be increasingly important in finding a job in medicine, as more and more hispanics are needing assistance here, i would also suggest taking both 1 and 2 your freshman year, and 3 and 4 your sophomore year) biology IT classes (web design or typing even if you are weak here, the knowledge of how to use technology will be important in all fields when you enter the workplace) your 9th grade year will always be just getting basic classes out of the way. make sure you focus your schedule on getting your core classes out of the way, leave more of your electives for junior and senior year (if you cant handle the work load you can always add them in to lessen your homework some semesters, but then again being a doctor isnt for everyone) so good luck in your goal!

Alberta Alberta
You are not studying to be an anesthesiologist in high school. You don't need to take any classes for it. Take college bound classes in high school. Take as many advance, honors and AP classes as you can handle. Right now you need to concentrate on getting into college and having as many options as possible. Having a high GPA in top level classes, scoring high on your ACT is going to give you more choices in what college you go to. Colleges want to see a well rounded student. That means classes in all subjects, not just science for pre-med. Being able to write well is a big factor too. You will need at least 2 years of the same foriegn language too
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Trevelyan Trevelyan
For ninth grade you take general courses but later take the ones that are strictly required to graduate and then take classes in college to make sure you get a degree in anesthesiology. P.S. What in the world is GT and Pre-Ap
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Reginald Reginald
You have to go to a regular college first, so just make sure that you have all college requirements met. Math and sciences are good. But balance it out, High Schools also have required courses. You can't get a lot of specialized Maths and Sciences at most high schools, but take ones like Human anatomy, bio, chem, physics. Those kind of classes are ideal.
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Reginald Originally Answered: Should i go to public school my last 2 years of high school?
Your ACT score won't change much in the next two years no matter where you go to school, so that won't affect your scholarship offers. If you really hate it there, then public school is a great option. You can be the top of your class that's a real class, not twenty people. Your accomplishments aren't that impressive when you only beat 19 other people for them. And don't worry about your grades, if you've done well so far then that won't change.

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