|By Andrew on Tuesday, October 29, 2002 - 01:07 am: Edit|
Here's another one of my problems...I know most CA schools offer many AP classes in many different subjects, so a school like Berkeley would expect a canidate to take as many as possible, right? So where does that leave someone like myself, who's taken all but 1 AP class his school offers, but still only has 2 on their transcript? (I'm in a pretty good public school in Washington state, and I took AP US history last year, finishing with an A, and I am currently taking AP Senior English, and currently am getting an A) I know other schools that I am applying to, Lewis and Clark for instance, checks to see how difficult your class load is in comparison to what the school offers, but they're a small liberal arts school. Does a university with 30,000+ applicants bother with something like this?
|By Calgraduate on Thursday, October 31, 2002 - 03:24 pm: Edit|
Yes they do, as long as your gpa is high, and your sat scores are solid, you should have no problem,they do take into consideration your plight. Dont worry.
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