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8 months ago
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Should I put in the classes I have or the ones I plan to take?

Hi! I'm putting my IB/AP and honors classes into my chancing profile and I was wondering, should I put in the classes I know I am going to take but haven't yet or just stay with what I've taken? I was just thinking about this because I was putting in my scheduled Junior classes but realized that I'm in here as a sophomore. I didn't want the profile thinking I took all of these classes just this year and start to accidentally mess things up, thoughts?

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8 months ago

If you are 100% you can take them later i would add them now. because it is grading you for when you apply and by then you would of taken them. Just remember the chancing tool is an estimate and remember you have added those classes so if you change your mind your chances will be different.

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8 months ago

You should add them now if you are sure that you are enrolled in them and confident that you can pass them. You can always edit your profile later to adjust it if you don't end up taking them or passing them. Remember that the types of classes you take are only a piece of the puzzle and the chancing is only an estimate. What really matters is your essays, recommendations, extracurriculars, and your personality! Good luck with your search and remember that you are not your grades and that you have a lot to offer!

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8 months ago

Put the classes you are going to take your junior year that way when it changes it should bottom out and be exactly the way you want it to be. I'm not sure if this helps much but I really hope it does help.

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