Hello, so I am currently a senior in high school with a 2.5 (2.6 weighted) Cumulative GPA.
From trimester one to trimester two I managed to raise my cumulative gpa from 2.4 to 2.6
I was wondering if …
I am currently a sophomore in HS. I take all honors and AP classes and my weighted GPA is above 4.0. I want to go into nursing, more specifically anesthetics. I also do Track and XC in the Fall/Sp …
I'm a prospective international student and want to frame my tertiary studies towards gaining employment in the tech sector after university.
I'm currently in Algebra 2 honors as a Sophomore and I am sometimes struggling to get by with a B. I started the year string with an A but got a 70 on the midterm and I'm really starting to struggle w …
How to enter Harvard without Ap classes, College courses taken at a local four-year and Honors classes
Good moning, i have a question about ap classes,college courses and honors classes, in my country (Italy) those things doesn't exist .When we finish middle school we have to choose our high school wic …
In my country university selection is done through Advanced level exam results. Can I apply using those results or should I do SAT when applying to U.S. universities? Also what should I do about GPA?( …
I checked my chances on getting into my dream school and they said that my course load is below average. What should I do?
All 5s in APs, straight As and with rigorous extracurriculars/leadership.
I got a C in one of my AP classes, followed by 2 B's (also AP classes) and 3 A's (regular, required classes). But, because I had a really bad case of COVID, I couldn't bring my grades up for the next …
I have taken multiple college classes in high school and I was hoping my credits could transfer if I go here?
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