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BlisS
03-18-2010, 04:49 PM
Hey guys its been a while but we got our sub selection sheet today and i am stump.

I don't know what to get.

Ive taken
G.P.A currently is 3.2
3 years of lit ----3rd year was honors
3 years of math-- 2nd and 3rd year were honors
3 years of science -----2nd and 3rd were honors.
2 years of history---- 2nd year was AP.
3 years of J.R.O.T.C---oorah
2 years of Public safety and operations << point less
1 year of P.E and 1 year of ACT/SAT prep.
I will graduate but we have 8 classes. 4 are core and that leaves me with 4 openings?
should i take AP for all? boost G.P.A?
Take it easy?
drop out? ( not optional)
i really need your help guys..

Zed
03-18-2010, 04:55 PM
I'd love to help you but I have no idea what any of that stuff meant. Could you explain the acronyms, what stage of education you're at, and options available to you for us people in different countries?

BlisS
03-18-2010, 05:02 PM
In the United states of America to Graduate you must undergo 24 credits.

4 years math. (as of this year very homo.)
4 years of lit.
3 years history
3 years of science
1 p.e class
1 fine arts class
electives fill in the rest

I have done what is above you.
i need 1 year of lit
1 year of history
and one year of math.
im going for my fourth year in Jrotc why not.

so that leaves me with 4 electives.
What should i pick?
Ap courses for my math lit and his?
or just take it easy?

WHAT WOULD MAKE IT LOOK BETTER FOR MY COLLEGE RESUME IS WHAT IM TRYING TO ASK

Devour
03-18-2010, 05:21 PM
You should not let stickpage decide a huge part of your life for you. Think about what would help you the most for what you want to be, and do that.

BlisS
03-18-2010, 05:24 PM
just expanding my resources. Their are some very intellectual persons on stickpage, and when one wants to be successful one must surround himself with successful people.
besides...
my cousin who's in college said i should do office aid -_-..

Lupercus
03-18-2010, 06:15 PM
Well depends on the type of college. U of A teaches about medical needs. (math) ASU teaches Journalism. (history) If that helped, you're welcome.

Brownoser
03-18-2010, 07:59 PM
Well depends on the type of college. U of A teaches about medical needs. (math) ASU teaches Journalism. (history) If that helped, you're welcome.
NAU is better than both of those.

Anyway, I'd recommend you take some sort of easy classes for the last 4, something like weights or badminton.