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Topic: College Admissions
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Need Guidance

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Registered: 12/6/04
Re College admissions
Posted: Jul 24, 2000 10:27 AM
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Mr. Harvey

Sure it's a legitimate question. I'm a homeschooler and am not sure
exactly what proportion of highschoolers take calculus. It does seem
though from reading about AP calculus that is much more common than
when my parents were in school.

It's definitely a crappy strategy for getting into a "good" school
because all I've taken are math and science courses from the local
college.My parents tell me I'm too narrow minded. I can't stand
humanities or english.

What do you mean by quality? I have tried to prove or at least
understand the proofs of the various theorems. I think I have
a good conceptual grasp of most of the material if that's what you
mean. As for reading on my own, I tend to get too wrapped up in what
we're studying in class to work on something else at the same depth.
It seems I'm always obsessing about some little detail in one of the
proofs.


Thank's for responding,

Need Guidance

P.S. I'm not a troll!

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