Hey! Since I've already fulfilled my school's science credit graduation requirement, they say I don't have to take physics next year. I'm tempted, but I'm worried not taking it will hurt my admission chances. I'm taking other science classes next year, just not physics. Should I switch physics back in? Does Chapel Hill like it when students take physics in particular? Thanks!
Hey there @DarthEggshell!
A lot of colleges like prospective students to take biology, physics, chemistry, and one of those three at a higher (AP/IB/dual-enrollment) level. For Chapel Hill specifically, 'life or biological science' and 'physical science' are both requirements, as well as 'laboratory science.' I would advise taking physics because many colleges prefer students to have taken it.
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