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2 months ago
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11th-grade

Psychology or Fundamentals of Communication?

I'm already taking English and Statistics next year for dual enrollment and I have the option to take a third one. Psychology seems super interesting to me, but Communication could be more practical. The way I see it right now is that I can take a class that I would enjoy or a class that I could get out of the way for when I go to college (I wouldn't be unhappy with the class but psychology fascinates me more). I don't know if I should take the one I think I would enjoy or the one that I could get out of the way. Any advice would be helpful.

 
Psychology
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Fundamentals of Communication
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2 months ago

Well Communications may be like speeches and stuff related to that so you should look into the classes. I take Comms for dual enrollment and that's what I had to do, but you should go for what piques your interest the most and what ight benefit you in the oncoming future.

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🎤2 months ago

Thanks!

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2 months ago

I recommend you take the one you are more passionate with because it will show on your grades. If you are truly passionate about it and try hard you will get good grades in the class

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🎤2 months ago

Thank you!

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14 days ago

Hi Nesta! I took psychology as one of my dual enrollment courses this school year and I enjoyed every bit of it. A psychology class not only teaches you about mental health and what not. But it also teaches good work ethic and psychology in the workplace. I do not know what you future career path is but psychology would probably be beneficial to it.

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2 months ago

You're going to do better than a class that you're more interested in.

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🎤2 months ago

Thanks!

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