Post a New Question

Choosing High School Courses

posted by .

I want to major in something English or History related, probably Secondary Education, International Studies, or Journalism. I am currently enrolled in chemistry and I am doing horribly. Would colleges rather see me take chemistry and get a bad grade, or would they prefer me to take some elective science, like botany or astronomy, and get a good grade in it? I see no reason in continuing to take chemistry, if it's going to majorly ruin my GPA. Could I still get into a decent college (I'm not looking for Ivy League, probably just a state college or an inexpensive, not highly selective private university)if I don't have chemistry? Thank you for your advice, Corinne.

  • Choosing High School Courses -

    Speak to your high school counselor. They are there to help you decide what to take, what you need for graduation, etc.


  • Choosing High School Courses -

    Good choice is to choose high school easy: Algebra 1, PE, and home ec (cooking class) or etc....

    English is the best for writing strategy, and reading is kind of good.

Answer This Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Related Questions

More Related Questions

Post a New Question