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9 months ago
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should i get my aa or not?

hi, i'm a junior and at my school, we have an option of doing dual enrollment full time/part time or staying full time at high school. a lot of people at my school do this. I want to go out of state, but I don't know if I can afford it, which is why I was thinking about getting my aa and going to school in-state. do you guys think getting my aa is a good idea? does it look better than doing ap's in high school? i feel like I'm also scared that I'll get rejected from my target schools and won't be able to just go to community college and transfer because i already got my aa.

 
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9 months ago

Yes, you should. And also don't be afraid of getting rejected and just be yourself! :)

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9 months ago

I have been taking Dual Enrollment since 9th grade. I think you should 100% take it. It offers you somewhat college experience, and most colleges consider it an equal to AP classes- if not better. The tricky part is going to a community college that allows credit transfers to your desired colleges. From my experience, i definitely recommend.

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🎤9 months ago

alright, thank you so much!

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