Wooda, Cooda, Shooda: Wood Tech Class in tenth Level Vs. AP Physics?
It look better to take Wood Tech — a class offered only at my school for the whole district — or take AP Physics 1 as a sophomore if I have a wood business that is based in my school’s wood shop, would? I plan to affect college as being a STEM major. FYI, I just have one elective but want to do Running Start during junior-senior years.
Your wood company can help you stick out through the audience at admission-decision time, but — at many colleges (especially the extremely selective ones) — it will be seen more as an endeavor that is extracurricular as an educational one. To become a solid applicant to STEM programs, you should just take at least one physics class (on the cheap selective programs) or no fewer than two (for the pickier places) depending on what exactly is offered by your senior high school and at the faculty where you’ll just take your dual-enrollment (Running Start) courses. To be contender at the colleges that are hyper-competitivee.g., MIT, CalTech, Ivies, Stanford and their ilk), you ought to submit AP exam ratings and/or Subject Test scores in physics … even where not necessary.
BUT … this does not mean that you have to offer the wood tech class up the following year. If you’ll be only a sophomore, you need to have the required time to later fit in physics in. Unless you’re about to affect very selective colleges and yet may have difficulty squeezing much more than one physics course you have to skip the wood tech class that seems to interest you now if you don’t start in 10th grade, then ‘The Dean’ sees no reason why. Continue reading Wooda, Cooda, Shooda Paper Writing Service: Wood Tech Class in tenth Level Vs. AP Physics?