Wooda, Cooda, Shooda: Wood Tech Class in 10th 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? We intend to connect with college as a STEM major. FYI, I just get one elective but intend to do Running Start during junior-senior years.
Your wood business will allow you to get noticed through the crowd at admission-decision time, but — at numerous universities (especially the extremely selective ones) — it is viewed more as an extracurricular endeavor than being an academic one. To be a powerful applicant to STEM programs, you need to simply take a minumum of one physics class (on the cheap selective programs) or no fewer than two (for the pickier places) dependent on what’s offered at your senior high school and also at the college where you will just take your dual-enrollment (Running Start) courses. To be contender at the hyper-competitive colleges (e.g., MIT, CalTech, Ivies, Stanford and their ilk), you ought to submit AP exam ratings and/or Subject Test ratings in physics … also where not necessary.
BUT … this won’t signify you need to give the wood tech class up next year. In the event that you’ll be just a sophomore, you have to have plenty of time to easily fit into physics later in. Unless you’re planning to apply to extremely selective colleges and yet will have trouble squeezing much more than one physics class 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: Wood Tech Class Custom Paper Service in 10th Level Vs. AP Physics?”