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a year ago
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Courses for Senior year

I'm currently in a crisis because I have no clue what courses I need to take to look good in a college or have a better chance of getting in. I'm currently in between two majors: Literature/Creative Writing and Psychology/Criminal Justice. I plan to take a DC English Class, DC Pre Calc, Journalism, Theatre, Gov/Econ, and Environmental Science. Also some random online classes too. Should I take DC Gov/Econ or Regular? And is the science class a big deal or not, because I hate science and Environmental Science seemed the least stressful. Also, are there any other DC/AP classes I should take online that I could use or possibly need?

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a year ago

In my experience, I’d take gov and econ in dual credit bc I’ve taken AP for both, and think it’s been fairly easy. Plus, gov might be good for criminal justice. I don’t this science is a big deal because none of your majors involved science, so maybe you can opt for another liberal arts class like AP lit, AP psych, or DC classes

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🎤a year ago

Thank you so much! This is a big help!

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a year ago

If your school offers AP Env. Science I'd definitely recommend that and if not regular Env. Science should be totally fine. It's a chill science where you learn a lot but it isn't that stressful. That being said, you do still need to study - it seems like it'd be 100% self-explanatory but it's not. But yeah env. science is one of my favorite classes this year, and I say that as someone who usually loves chemistry and math and stuff.

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