I sent my 7th semester grades already and am academically qualified. If I drop a AP compsci class, how will that affect me? I really don't like and enjoy the class anymore.
I definitely recommend finishing out comp sci just because it will help a lot next year when everyone else is struggling through it... but you can definitely drop a class and have nothing affect you!
At this point in the year you've probably gotten through most of the material anyways that if you want to enjoy your last few months as a high schooler with your friends and family while preparing physically for the academy.... do it! I dropped one of my AP science classes a few months ago (I already received appts to the academies) and while I did get some crap thrown at me by other students, by this time next year they are not going to matter. One thing I've learned is you can't worry about what others will think of you or your decisions. Do what makes you happy and relaxed these next few months because you're going to be SUPER stressed next year. Dropping my class was one of the best decisions I made this year, just make sure you think it over
I already talked about it with everyone, including my counselors, ALO, BGO, etc.! I'm not worried, thanks for your concern thoughDid you notify your admissions contact when you were deciding to drop the class? They made an admissions decision based on not only your prior success but also the continued completion of your studies. Are you concerned your appointment could be rescinded if you don't complete what you told them you were scheduled to complete before graduation?
yes and I dropped it months ago, 2nd semester grades have been sent out for a while, and I still have my appointments! If they weren't okay with it I wouldn't be recommended someone else to do the same hahaOh, OK. So admissions at USNA and USAFA said that you could drop the class. Got it.
yes and I dropped it months ago, 2nd semester grades have been sent out for a while, and I still have my appointments! If they weren't okay with it I wouldn't be recommended someone else to do the same haha
Believe it or not, they aren't too strict about dropping classes, they're more concerned with if you were to be failing multiple classes.