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learning challenges affecting course rigor
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hi! i'm a junior looking to major in a social science or humanities discipline at a selective liberal arts school on the east coast. i have taken the most advanced classes possible in english, history, languages, etc. since freshman year, but not in math and science. i have a vision disorder that affects my math skills, which determined my initial placement in math and science:

-freshman year: algebra 1 (A+) and non-honors chem (A+), earning awards for highest grades schoolwide in each

-sophomore: only math available was non-honors geometry (A+) and took honors bio (A+), earned same awards for each of these

-junior: algebra 2 honors and APES. A+ in both right now! :)

my extracurriculars, other courses and grades, honors and awards, etc. seem to line up with those of other accepted students at the below schools. standardized test scores TBD.

will the tagged colleges (and selective colleges in general) consider the way my learning disability impacted my STEM course placement and think about my performance within this context? or will my admissions chances decrease because i haven't followed the same path academically as most applicants/don't have the same level of ability?

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2 years ago[edited]

Hi. This seems to be a rather difficult question that an admissions officer could answer. Try to write a good opening speech to draw attention to your abilities and listen to it. When I write, I want to know how my text sounds from the outside, and for this, I use https://phdessay.com/read-my-essay/ which I consider the best text-to-speech tool. I think they should consider your arguments, but how things are in practice is unknown. Hope they listen to you. Good luck.

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2 years ago

very interesting question

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