I’m not cocky or anything like that. Like I just wear it for comfort and keeps me motivated.
thank you so much2 AnswersHomework Help1 year ago
"It could also be used to bring out positive behavior and virtues (add semi-colon or comma or neither) by spreading cognizance and a different perspective in certain topics and situations."
(for an intro paragraph im writing.)7 AnswersWords & Wordplay1 year ago
Do colleges/universities only look at the letter grades you got in high school or both grades and the courses/electives you took?
So for example, lets say I wanna go into (insert college/university here), and major in stem, but only took art electives my whole 4 years in high school. Do they care if you took that major's relating electives, or just look at the grades you got regarding what class/elective it is.4 AnswersHigher Education (University +)1 year ago
By bad I mean like low C's.... (I'm a junior this year so I wanna do well this year along with senior year to get good grades.)
Do you have to take the most advanced math and science classes?3 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 year ago
Highschool student, enjoys art and sorta want to pursue it in the future, not good at math or science.4 AnswersHigher Education (University +)1 year ago
Okay so I love English so much, as it is my favorite subject, but I jumped from a regular to an AP so I feel like I’m kinda screwed because everyone knows their **** and I feel really dumb lol. Anyways, are there any useful tips for this class? Anything from how to treat the teacher, classwork/homework/assignments, what I should focus on, things you should never/always do. Let me know! :D3 AnswersTeaching1 year ago
If I did a lot of art electives, but decide to go to a different route instead (something other than art) will the electives I chose in highschool matter to the university/college I’ll go to? Or do they only care about the grades I got in the core subjects.