switching classes

Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by theraven, Mar 23, 2009.

  1. theraven

    theraven Member

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    so currently i am in a multimedia productions class (we make videos) and i took this course just in case i didn't get into the academy, i needed a fine arts credit for a University of California well i got my appointment a couple weeks ago and now i find this class (I'm actually in it right now) a waste of time. It's fun and easy but id rather be in AVID, a class that is pretty much is a study hall
    I am worried though that if i switch classes the academy will dissapprove. wold anyone recommend against switching or would it not really matter?
     
  2. jbrown

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    I would either ride it out and use what you learn to help make your great "life in the academy video's",

    Or, talk to your admissions liason officer and seek their advice.

    JB
     
  3. gdesena

    gdesena USNA Midshipman

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    I had a similar problem, and when I talked to admissions, they said that as long as you have your core classes (math, science, english, soc. studies) the other electives really don't matter.
     

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