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18 days ago
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Do colleges look at Health class grades?
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So I'm pulling a B in my health class right now, not P.E. but health class. It's a pretty low B too, (82.6%). I think that my school uses weighted G.P.A. for AP classes, but this is just a regular class I'm taking for my health credits to graduate. If it factors into my GPA, will colleges look at it? Will they care? Does this ruin my chances of getting into any good colleges? By the way I'm taking this class as a just graduated Freshman, going into Sophmore year, as a summer class.

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18 days ago

To be honest it depends what major you planning on taking. And honestly most college don’t focus on required classes. This does not ruin your chances of getting into a great college and it’ll barely tank your gpa in the long run as long as you’re an A student, two or three B’s wont hurt you.

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17 days ago

It wont matter depending on what you are majoring in. A couple B's wont harm your chances.

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