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#1 Apr 13 2012 at 2:45 PM Rating: Default
As you all don't know. I'm going into grade 10 next year an I'm wondering what classes are the best to take.

I already am heading in the right way to start taking music. And science too.

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I already am heading in the right way to start taking music.


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Cs get degrees means that even if you're mediocre in your classes, you'll still graduate as long as you show up to classes and turn in most of your assignments. The people who fail are usually the ones who do neither.

I'm not sure what is offered in your school, or even where you live, or what you want to do with the rest of your life, but SCIENCE SCIENCE MATH MATH ENGLISH ENGLISH are what will eventually allow you to survive college with a decent degree.

If you are not planning on college, then focus on vocational stuff like becoming a plumber or electrician to still have a decent living in our sad, service oriented economic world.

Music is good but does not pay well. Do it as a hobby, not as a career, unless you were identified as the reincarnation of Mozart when you were four.
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What's that supposed to mean? :p

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So a degree where someone barely passes is just as good as one for someone who never dips below 70% over there? Or do you have the class system for degrees in 'Merika as well?
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As you all don't know. I'm going into grade 10 next year an I'm wondering what classes are the best to take.

I already am heading in the right way to start taking music. And science too.

Please help me out of you don't mind I need your guys ideas What grades should I take for grade 10?


Considering the level of your social skills and grasp of the English language? You have best be happy with D's!
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So a degree where someone barely passes is just as good as one for someone who never dips below 70% over there? Or do you have the class system for degrees in 'Merika as well?


Nope, but your GPA will determine whether or not you graduate with honors (and what tier). The actual degree is the same for all.
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So a degree where someone barely passes is just as good as one for someone who never dips below 70% over there? Or do you have the class system for degrees in 'Merika as well?


Nope, but your GPA will determine whether or not you graduate with honors (and what tier). The actual degree is the same for all.

Well that's what I mean, here it's like, 40% 3rd class honours, 50% 2.2, 60% 2.1 and 70%+ is a first class.

Do you not take much stock in what honours your get? Here a third class honours is probably worth less than the paper it's printed on, you won't really be getting anywhere unless you get at least a 2.1.
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What do those percentages represent? Relative standing in your graduating class?

While a D- might be considered passing a class, I know at least at my school you could only graduate if under a certain number of credits were below a C earned.

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The only distinction I see on my college degree is the *** Laude, Magna *** Laude, and Summa *** Laude titles.

As far as GPA is concerned, I remember back when doing the job search stuff and learning how to properly do resumes, I think they told us that unless your GPA was exceptionally high that employers didn't care about it. The degree was the important part. And most of the classes I took you had to get a C or better to receive the credit.
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Yeah, C or higher is for credit. Most programs will let you audit one or two Ds for credit, though.
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At my uni too, all major classes had to have at least a C to count. So if you were a math person, you could get away with a D in your English class or your religion class, but you'd have to re-take linear algebra if you bombed it.

If I remember the breakdown correctly, credit hours were as follows
120 hours to earn a BA or a BS
- 60 hours of "core" - the requirements of math, science, history, foreign language, multicultural, religion/philosophy, physical health, language arts, etc etc. Basically a repeat of high school on a more intense level. You could get Ds in all of these, but if you did, your application to your major school or department might not go over so well, as these classes are also the prerequisites for most majors. Academic probation occurs once you drop below a D average.
- 30 hours of major classes . Once your school or department accepted you had to get at least a C in all these classes. Dropping below a C average could get you kicked out of the program.
- 30 hours of electives. You could turn this into a second major, a minor (15 hours in a different program), a double minor, or just take basket weaving to bring up your GPA.

Because a lot of folks don't survive the core classes, a lot of students who were smart and took their core at a smaller school within the university system will be accepted into their major program as transfer students. My husband teaches at just such a satellite feeder school, prepping students doing their core for the pre-requisites of the College of Education at the big university.

Core classes are usually spread throughout all four years, due to the linear nature of some things. Major classes usually begin in sophomore year, although people will do their core prereqs in freshman year. Minor classes are usually done starting junior year, as people realize some of their electives were sort of cool and want to pursue it further. I was accepted to the English department at my uni in sophomore year, but ended up getting a minor in botany almost by accident (as I'd had 12/15 credit hours and realized if I took one more class I'd have it. One of those botany classes was actually a writing class in disguise.)

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Average module grade from your third and second year.

Or, depending on the university, it's the average of your five/six best modules from the second and third years. Some universities do it with a specific split from the second and third, or can do it all from the third. Depends.


Each teaching year is split into different classes, each of those classes represents a different module. You need 120 credits to get into the next year, each module is worth 15 credits. You must attain at least 40% over all module marks to get the credits.

At least, that's how it works at my university.



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The better your English, the more seriously other people will take you. It's surprising the things that science class prepares you for in life, like what cleaners from the supermarket are safe/dangerous to use in what combination, and what foods will gradually make you sicker, and which ones will help you stay fit and well. The more maths you take, the further you can take the science.

But seriously, apart from one or two key subjects that you'll really miss out on life skills not having, my experience for myself and other people is choose the subjects that interest you. You'll do so much better in subjects you actually are interested in and give you a buzz. Those better grades will give you choices down the line. The only exception is if you have your heart set on a career that requires a certain degree, and that degree requires certain set subjects that are compulsory to get into your desired course.

If you can, I advise you to take a year off in between high school and college. It can really show you how limited your money making choices are without a degree, which can be a great boost in your motivation to do higher education homework.

But don't overlook the trades if that's where your strength lies. In Australia, plumbers and electricians make really good money, fully equivalent to middle or upper management. locksmiths, motor mechanics, etc can do well too.
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#32 Apr 14 2012 at 4:37 PM Rating: Excellent
I heartily second Ari's suggestion to take a year off before you go to University. I know it's (apparently) a couple years off, but go and do something else. I suggest finding some sort of program that lets you travel to other places in the world.
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I heartily second Ari's suggestion to take a year off before you go to University. I know it's (apparently) a couple years off, but go and do something else. I suggest finding some sort of program that lets you travel to other places in the world.


Meanwhile, I suggest the exact opposite. If your school has any sort of regard for your future, the last year there will be pushing you toward college. There will be announcements for SATs, courses for college credit (IB/AP), colleges that comes and visit, and perhaps the school will even set up trips for you to visit local colleges. Your guidance office should be helping you with scholarships and applications.

If you take a year off and then come back, suddenly you have to do most of that work by yourself. Odds are you won't be eligible for as many scholarships (as you're no longer a "graduating high school student"). Since you no longer attend your school, the guidance office can do little more than forward your transcript on. If you have a large school, the teachers might not even remember you enough to write good letters of recommendation. This limits your chances to get into a good university and the chance to get decent scholarships. That means more loans and more debt.

Ideally, if you want to travel, do so for a month after college graduation. You're older, more experienced, and less likely to make dangerous mistakes (ie, if you're 22, you're less likely to get trashed in a country with a drinking age of 18). You will still have a lot of opportunities to travel, and a degree waiting for you when you come back and need to apply to jobs. The only downside could be the amount of debt you have hanging over your head... but on the other hand if you had traveled before college, odds are you're going into it with debt hanging over your head from your trip. As for programs that let you travel around the world, I highly suggest looking up ESL programs that send you to a foreign country to teach the kids to speak English.

Assuming you take and pass English first, that is.

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I also do not recommend taking a year off between high school and college.

The short time after college and before getting a real job is when you explore if you want to.
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College? I don't think Walmart greeters need a degree, do they?

I think everyone matures at different paces and some people, like myself need time before they jump right back into school. I ****** away a lot of my parents money not being ready for more school. I was more interested in beer, weed, and women. At the ripe old age of 32, I decided to finally get it done and it was much easier the second time because I was ready. I don't necessarily condone waiting as long as I did, but some kids are force fed the idea that college is next and may not be ready. Waiting a year isn't a bad idea.
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I suggest you take grade 10 for grade 10.
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#38 Apr 14 2012 at 10:53 PM Rating: Excellent
Waiting a year and doing something else with your life will make your university experience better. Also it gives you a break. What's the rush to head into school?

Most scholarships and bursaries can be applied for in high school and deferred a year, so you really aren't missing out on much. It's easy to find programs that let you travel and don't end up giving you debt. Good luck taking time off after university though.
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Going to grade 10 and need to chose classes? In most public schools with the exception of vocational you usually don't have a huge variety to choose from since the normal math/science/English/history classes are mandatory. I would say aim to make it to grade 11 and see where you go from there.
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***** waiting a year, I'd recommend waiting until you're old enough to not have to put your parents information on your fafsa. Working for six years in the real world will give you even more appreciation for your future degree, and there's the added perk of being eligible for a lot more grants and loans. My student loans are easily half what they would have been had I not waited a few years to go back to school.
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I took a couple of years off before college. I was 20 when I left the multimedia design education and 23 when I went to teacher's college where I'm at now. While I don't recommend that people take three or four years off, especially if they're going for a master's or higher, I recommend taking at least one year off, if - and only if - you want to do something else before locking yourself down for another 3-5 years of school.

Just avoid doing stuff that might lock you into work instead, like buying a house, having kids, or sh*t like that.

The reason I took some time off was because I originally applied to the police academy and had to go back and finish my... conscription? Mandatory military service, which I originally bypassed by luck of the draw. That took four months. Then I decided to spend a year at a... um, christ, why don't you have names for these things? A "folk high school"? Like a boarding school for adults who wish to partake in certain courses/classes. Went there to train for the academy. I didn't pass the admission test to the academy, though (lol, time well spent), so I decided to just start at the teacher's college while I waited for my six months of quarantine from the academy admission program to end.

Fell in love with being a teacher, though, so I stuck around. Also, your physical health doesn't matter when you're a teacher, so I can drink more beers which is win/win (until I die). But yeah, definitely take a year off if you're feeling burned out on the whole school thing. Just make sure you don't have any ties keeping you away from school once you want/need to go back.

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Varus was a science experement. Kind of like those things people leave in refridgerators for years at a time in an attempt to grow a new lifeform.
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for a second I read that as excrement which would also be acceptable from what I understand.
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Yeah, in Australia it's typical to apply for and get into college/uni right out of high school, then defer entry for a year. Deferral is straightforward and easy. I don't know about the case in the States.
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Yeah, in Australia it's typical to apply for and get into college/uni right out of high school, then defer entry for a year. Deferral is straightforward and easy. I don't know about the case in the States.


I've never heard of a college allowing people to defer entry for a year over here in the states. There probably are plenty that do, but the ones I applied to all required you to apply for the semester you plan to attend. I imagine that's pretty standard for the larger/more competitive universities in the U.S. From their point of view, if you're not going right away, they're not going to hold a spot they could give to someone else.
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I think that might just be a regional thing, then, because all the schools I applied to allowed deferment. You do apply for a specific semester, but (if they accept you) you can apply to transfer your admission later.

They don't really lose anything. But it means that they don't have to worry about losing quality students who would otherwise go elsewhere.

That said, deferring isn't super common in the states. Especially right now. Worthwhile work is hard to find, and travel isn't an option unless you've been saving fairly aggressively and been working throughout high school.
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I think you can defer enrollment at my uni under extenuating circumstances, i.e. you were paralyzed in a car crash.

Actually, that was a really cool thing last year. Someone had been accepted to the school on a baseball scholarship, and was severely injured and hospitalized and was probably going to never walk again, let alone play baseball for the school. The university decided to uphold his scholarship since it had already been extended and he'd accepted, and have him work in an advisory/coaching position instead. His enrollment was deferred until he was out of the hospital.
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