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8 months ago
Juniors

Is this a good junior year schedule?
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APUSH

AP Lang

AP Gov

Advanced Calc

Advanced Spanish 4

Honors Physics (they got rid of Advanced Physics and I don’t want to jump straight into AP Physics)

Honors Intro to Law in fall, Emergency Medical Response in spring (for PE credit)

For further context, I am interested in being a lawyer in the future.

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8 months ago

Hey there @inaayaf!

As long as you don't feel like taking that many AP/advanced/honors classes would be overwhelming for you, I think that sounds like a pretty good schedule. If your school offers any classes about speech and debate, maybe consider joining them because they could help with future aspirations to become a lawyer. Another good option would be joining a mock trial or debate club. Other than that, your junior year schedule seems good, if a bit overwhelming. It all depends on what classes you've taken previously and how much work you can take on. Good luck!

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