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30 March, 04:47

You should study your hardest subjects when this is at its peak ... ?

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  1. 30 March, 06:17
    Pros of Taking Harder Classes

    On the surface, taking the harder version of a class may seem like the obvious choice. After all, when you're applying to college, you want to catch their attention by showing that you've challenged yourself academically. Here are some of the other pros of choosing to take the more challenging courses:

    #1. You'll be challenging yourself academically, which will keep school work interesting and exciting.

    #2. You'll be better prepared for the rigor and pace of college courses, and colleges will see that in your transcript.

    #3. Just because it's a harder class doesn't mean you won't get an A. As long as you work hard and study adequately, a good grade is very possible.

    #4. If it's an AP/IB class, there's always the possibility of earning college credit as long as you pass the AP or IB exam that is offered at the end of each academic year.

    #5. Depending on the class, you might learn more material in one year than if you were to take the less challenging version of the class. In other words, you'll walk out smarter if you take the challenging course.
  2. 30 March, 06:25
    I think yes, because when you have done it, the rest of homework will seem easier, confronted with the harder subject. So you might do the other subjects with more motivation, without thinking "now I have to do a long, stressful, hard subject" because you don't have one. This is my opinion, but I think it's a good idea.
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