Question by spookyooky: I want to get a head start in 11th grade by taking Applied Physics before Physics in 12th grade?
By removing Forensic Science and replacing it with Applied physics then I would be able to get a head start in learning Physics before everyone in 11th grade. Because Physics is SUPER hard to learn in 12th grade and by taking applied Physics you can learn the basics.
Then in 12th grade I will take Physics and it would be a little bit easier to learn.
Is this a good idea and will college shine upon this?
Answer by o_O
It depends based on your preference. If you want to have a foundation and know the basics of physics for next year, then you can do that. Some colleges, especially very selective ones, want students to take a rigorous schedule and take as many hard (honors/AP) courses as possible. If you want to go into a selective college, you shouldn’t take Applied Physics, but a different level. If your school has an Honors or AP Physics course, then take that. But, if you feel the need to prepare yourself a year before, then do that. I hope this helps.
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