Re: Why Your Kids Should Take AP Classes
In this case it's probably not an issue, but be aware that credits are not all you need for graduation. You can have 200 credits, and you still won't graduate until you fulfill the requirements of at least one major.
It's pretty cool, it's all computerized of course. The units were automatically inserted into her degree planner where they fit: GE, Electives, Major Requirements. We did tell her to get with her academic advisor and stay on track.
I'm just amazed at how well it worked, and how worth it is was. That was far more credit than we expected.
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