• What's gonna happen to me?

    Best answer: you'll do fine if you don't care what school you get into.
    Best answer: you'll do fine if you don't care what school you get into.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • AP classes in Highschool?

    Best answer: AP classes are very useful if you want to go to good college. Most 4-year colleges/universities look at your AP classes and what grades you got from those AP classes more than your SAT/ACT scores. These classes are college-level classes that were prepared for high school students to take while still in high school.... show more
    Best answer: AP classes are very useful if you want to go to good college. Most 4-year colleges/universities look at your AP classes and what grades you got from those AP classes more than your SAT/ACT scores. These classes are college-level classes that were prepared for high school students to take while still in high school. If you can score well on the AP exams each year, then you can earn college credits while still in high school. So when you go to college, you don't have to take those classes and can save you lots of money for college. When I was in high school, I took my first AP classes when I was in 10th grade. As a high school sophomore, I took AP World History, AP Chemistry. Next year, when I became a high school junior, I took AP Calculus AB, AP Biology and AP Language Literature. It was hard because the teachers/instructors were strict and always had given us lots of homework, because AP classes were not regular classes, they were considered to be super 'advanced' classes for outstanding students in my high school. I got a B in my AP World History class at the end of the year. That class was very hard, I studied a lot for that class. I think it's because I'm not a history person, history wasn't just my strong subject. So I guess it was difficult for me to really handle it. There were a few students in my APWH class who passed the AP exams at the end of the year. I was envious of them because I actually failed the exam. It was hard. Our teacher made us took lots of notes every single day, and we had to write several essays in some days. The textbook was hard to understand because everything was so difficult for me. Most people couldn't pass that AP exam, pretty much lots of people failed it. And AP Chemistry is probably the hardest AP class out of all AP classes. Because chemistry alone is already a hard subject, plus it's in college-level. So imagine how hard it would be. But I would highly recommend students to take some AP classes in high school, because it will look good on your transcripts when you apply to colleges. Plus, taking AP classes can also boost your GPA a lot if you can get good grades in them. Getting a B in an AP class is equivalent to getting an A in a regular class in high school. Just be ready to study really hard and take lots of notes. Remember, these classes are college-level classes. So you need to be prepared and learn how to study them in the right way. Talk to your school counselor about taking AP classes. It really depends on what you're good at and what your academic interest really is. For example, if you want to be a math major in college, then consider taking AP Calculus. If you want to major in physics at college, then consider taking AP Physics. If you want to study biology later on, then consider taking AP Biology. There are many different types of AP classes. If you're good at Spanish, then consider taking AP Spanish. Why not take an advantage of that? It's a good way to prove that you know a foreign language to the colleges. When you're taking an AP exam, remember that the score ranges from 1-5, with 5 being the highest score that you can get on any AP exam and 1 is the lowest score that you can get on any AP exam. Getting at least a score of 3 can make you pass an AP exam since 3 is the passing score for AP exams. Go to your local library and get some AP prep books and just practice them over and over again if you want to take AP classes. Or go to Barnes & Nobles to buy some AP prep books. They have many sources there.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • When will you have to answer the questions?

    Best answer: When the instructor starts the clock, tells you to, "Turn over the paper", or "open the book", or "You may start, Now!"
    OR
    When the Pope has his minions put the Question, to you, during their second "inquisition."
    Best answer: When the instructor starts the clock, tells you to, "Turn over the paper", or "open the book", or "You may start, Now!"
    OR
    When the Pope has his minions put the Question, to you, during their second "inquisition."
    3 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why am i so stupid?

    All throughout school i've always done badly on tests even though I study so hard and don't get nervous before the test. Honestly, what is wrong with me:( ?
    All throughout school i've always done badly on tests even though I study so hard and don't get nervous before the test. Honestly, what is wrong with me:( ?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • I'm confused as to what asthma, epilepsy and diabetes is exactly, and also what health issue out of them is the most serious?

    Best answer: They are all serious and can be life threatening.

    You can easily google for explanations and info about all three of them
    Best answer: They are all serious and can be life threatening.

    You can easily google for explanations and info about all three of them
    3 answers · 1 week ago
  • Please answer? 10 points.. what punishment would a student at school most likely get if they were to say the following to another student?

    'f*cking kill yourself before some legend does it for you, you f*cking worthless c*nt'. what punishment probably?
    'f*cking kill yourself before some legend does it for you, you f*cking worthless c*nt'. what punishment probably?
    15 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does this article prove the sat is biased against women?

    Best answer: All standardized tests are worthless. The only way to guarantee a student has learned anything is by using only essay questions. Girls can learn math as well as boys; it's just that schools don't teach it properly!
    Best answer: All standardized tests are worthless. The only way to guarantee a student has learned anything is by using only essay questions. Girls can learn math as well as boys; it's just that schools don't teach it properly!
    16 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I just took an I.Q. test and received a score of 286. Is this a good score?

    Best answer: lol .. your just barely above retard ..
    Best answer: lol .. your just barely above retard ..
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you believe darren osborne's sentence of 43 years was excessive?

    Best answer: No, I would have advocated for the death penalty.
    Best answer: No, I would have advocated for the death penalty.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is wrong with me!!!!!?

    Best answer: Nothing is wrong with you... just need to learn study skills.
    Best answer: Nothing is wrong with you... just need to learn study skills.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Any take the HESI A2 entrance exam?

    Going to be taking the HESI exam here in a week for radiology technology. I know it is usually a nursing exam but my school requires us to take it as well. I can’t find any information on the critical thinking portion. What does it entail? Is it difficlt and how can I study for this portion? Has anyone had... show more
    Going to be taking the HESI exam here in a week for radiology technology. I know it is usually a nursing exam but my school requires us to take it as well. I can’t find any information on the critical thinking portion. What does it entail? Is it difficlt and how can I study for this portion? Has anyone had experience with the test so that they may share? Thank!
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How long does it take to prepare for the ged test if you never went to high school?

    Best answer: that's impossible to answer. there are classes you can take to help prepare though. maybe go to your local library for resources too. or even your local community college.
    Best answer: that's impossible to answer. there are classes you can take to help prepare though. maybe go to your local library for resources too. or even your local community college.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Failing all my college classes! What am i doing wrong!!?

    I'm in college, and I study soooo much and still get all C's!!. It's not like i'm trying to memorise the material without understanding, I make sure that I understand and not memorize. I always go to office hours, I study and study and study before each exam, and I KNOW the material, yet I always... show more
    I'm in college, and I study soooo much and still get all C's!!. It's not like i'm trying to memorise the material without understanding, I make sure that I understand and not memorize. I always go to office hours, I study and study and study before each exam, and I KNOW the material, yet I always get C's. What is wrong with me!!!!
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is the Maximum amount of questions that I can miss on the Texas Insurance P&C Exam?

    I know that there are 150 questions on the property & casualty exam for Texas, but out those how many are score able and what would be a good estimate of how many questions I could miss without getting below a 70 on it. Thanks
    I know that there are 150 questions on the property & casualty exam for Texas, but out those how many are score able and what would be a good estimate of how many questions I could miss without getting below a 70 on it. Thanks
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I retrieve a 4 year old ACT score? Or would it be better to just take a new one?

    I graduated high school 4 years ago and took the ACT once when I was a senior and was thinking about going to college. I didn’t go, but now 4 years later here I am! Lol after years of working an finally deciding what I want I’m going back. I have to have my high school transcripts sent and ACT score only thing is... show more
    I graduated high school 4 years ago and took the ACT once when I was a senior and was thinking about going to college. I didn’t go, but now 4 years later here I am! Lol after years of working an finally deciding what I want I’m going back. I have to have my high school transcripts sent and ACT score only thing is is it was 4 years ago. I’m sure I can call up my old high school and get my transcripts right? Or have them send them to my new school right? But how do I go about getting my old ACT score? I don’t remember my login information or ACT ID and it was 4 years ago. Or... would it be easier to just sign up and take the ACT again. I do remember I did fairly well when I was in school which is why I wanted to use those scores. But I’m not opposed to studying again and taking it.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago