|By Mimi (Mimi) on Sunday, April 18, 2004 - 01:17 am: Edit|
People take AP to "impress" colleges so they can get accepted when they reply right. So during their Senior year, even if they are taking AP and the colleges can clearly see that, what does it really matter though, since they take the test after they are accepted into the college? I'm just wondering so I can determine whether I should take AP during my senior year.
|By Upmysleeve (Upmysleeve) on Sunday, April 18, 2004 - 01:29 am: Edit|
Colleges HATE HATE HATE when seniors drop classes because they don't "matter." They want to see a heavy courseload (or one that's consistent with what you've been doing). They want to see that, if you can be in an AP class, you ARE in that class and you're doing well.
|By Jlq3d3 (Jlq3d3) on Sunday, April 18, 2004 - 01:32 am: Edit|
They matter in terms of admission because colleges see your classes and grades senior year 1st semester.
The actual ap exam doesnt matter in terms of admissions, but it can give you credit. I am in 4 aps but I am only taking 1 exam (calc bc) cause thats the only one Stanford will give credit for.
|By Rowan (Rowan) on Sunday, April 18, 2004 - 01:46 am: Edit|
This is why you take classes because you want to, not to "impress colleges." :P
Nonetheless, I find that my course choices were a matter of progression and I'm only taking two of the four with intent to score well enough for credit. In the end, the only person it really matters to is you.
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