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What do you think of the classes I am/want to take in High School?

What do you think of the classes I am/want to take in High School? Topic: College preparatory electives
May 25, 2019 / By Emely
Question: We have Advanced Standing and one AP Class at school, no honour classes Freshman (current) Req. English 9 = 1 American History = 1 Biology I = 1 Phy Ed I / Health = 1 A math class--Pre-Algebra A, Algebra I OR Geometry = Algebra = 1 Electives: Basic / Advanced Web Page Design AS = 1 Graphic Communications = 1 Sophomore~ English 10 = 1 Chemistry I OR Physical Science = Chemistry I = 1 Phy Ed II = 1 A math class = Pre-Algebra B, Algebra I, Geometry OR Algebra II = Geometry = 1 World History OR Geography = World History = 1 Electives: Algebra II = 1 (Yes you can take Geometry and Algebra II the same year in my school, so don't say I can't.) Geography = 1 Spanish I = 1 Junior~ English 11AS, Junior English, OR American Literature = American Literature = 1 A math class, Consumer Math, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, OR Advanced Math = Advanced Math = 1 Electives: Sociology AS = .5 Economics AS = .5 Biology II = 1 Medical Terminology (Human Biology) = 1 Spanish II = 1 Microsoft Applications AS = 1 Civil and Architectural Engineering =1 Senior~ Senior English AS, English 12, College Preparatory English, OR CAPP English 101 = College Prep English = 1 Senior Studies = 1 Electives: AP Calculus = 1 Spanish III = 1 Publications = 1 Digital Imaging/Digital Video = 1 (School name) Graphics AS = 1 Advanced Math is pre-Calculus...
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Christobel Christobel | 2 days ago
It's good that you're taking Algebra 1 your freshman year. If you would have taken Pre-Algebra A, you would be screwed up in the math department. For your sophomore year, I think that you should take Physical Science, and wait 'til your junior year before taking Chemistry. Trust me, Chemistry isn't all that easy to grasp, and it'd help if you take physical science before you take chemistry since you'd have a bit of an upper hand against those who didn't take physical science their sophomore year. The classes for your junior and senior year look good. Though, I think you should take Pre-Calculus before going into AP Calculus because of all of the math involved, or teach yourself some Calculus fundamentals before you go into your senior year.
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Christobel Originally Answered: What classes do I need to take in High School that will help me with law school in college?
If you choose law, take debate, debate, and debate, along with history and business classes. Drama wouldn't hurt, lawyers need to learn how to be persuasive, and drama can be a step in that direction. If you choose medicine, take all the chemistry, and biology related classes you can, plus all the math available. Both choices would also benefit from fluency in a foreign language common to where you want to practice one career of the other. Give current demographics, Spanish would be a good choice.
Christobel Originally Answered: What classes do I need to take in High School that will help me with law school in college?
Do not discount English class. You are going to have to be able to write very well. AP English language and literature should be taken.

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Avery Originally Answered: High school AP vs college classes?
The difficulty should be the same, but the differences will be 1) whether you're surrounded with other students your own age or older college students, and 2) how independent you're expected to be. College classes expect you to keep up with due dates, study outside of class, and turn things in on time; generally there are also strict limits on absences. AP classes, on the other hand, might be more lenient and give more reminders since they are geared toward high school students.
Avery Originally Answered: High school AP vs college classes?
AP classes are the samething as regular classes the only difference is that it goes into more details like a certain math problem will end short bur in an AP math class that problem will extend more depending on your teacher they will give you more or less homework but keep in mind less homework harder test but more homework less test but yeah it all depends on your teacher though and your school also lol cuz mine was BSing as hell cuz mine gave college credit but no high school credit but yeah :/ well have fun selecting one of them

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