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Senior Schedule?
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Hey!

For my senior year, I plan on taking the following APs:

AP Chemistry

AP English Lit

AP Microeconomics (2nd semester)

AP Psychology

And non APs:

Anatomy and Physiology

Community college course

Statistics

Is this schedule good for someone going into pre-health? Maybe at top schools like Emory or Vanderbilt? I also plan on getting a part time job after school.

extracurriculars:

pres of a volunteer club

sports captain

sports manager

theater stage manager

NHS vp

cpr instructor

and hopefully a part time job next year?

Will I be able to realistically manage everything with college applications? I can elaborate on anything if needed.

Thank you!

risingsenior
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2 months ago

Your senior schedule and extracurricular activities seem well-rounded and demonstrate a strong commitment to academics and leadership. Pursuing a pre-health track at top schools like Emory or Vanderbilt, your course selection with AP Chemistry, AP Psychology, and Anatomy and Physiology aligns well with your interests.

However, it's essential to consider your time management and ability to handle these courses alongside your extracurricular activities, college applications, and a potential part-time job. Reflect on your previous experiences with balancing academics and outside commitments: Have you been able to manage a similar workload in the past, or do you think this schedule might be too demanding?

Remember, it's crucial to maintain a balance between challenging yourself academically and maintaining your mental and physical well-being.

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