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Grade 12 Course Help!?

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Hi there, I'm currently a grade 11 student.
I've begun stressing over grade 12 possible courses and being 'realistic' on what grades I'll be able to achieve.

Knowing myself well enough, I'm trying to minimize my schedule come next year to only have 6-7 courses.

My question is; what course do you recommend I take in summer school?
-English?
-Physics?
-Biology?
-(Recommendation)?

I can't manage 8 courses. So any suggestions on what I should take come this summer?
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It's kinda funny I was in the same place a yera ago in this forum. I wanted to take Advanced Functions and 9 out of 10 people in this forum said not to but I did anyway and ended up with 97. If you are willing to work that one month , then yes go for it.
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I would go with whatever you're best at or love the most, since you would learn quicker. Simple as that.
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@ShantelT wrote
Hi there, I'm currently a grade 11 student.
I've begun stressing over grade 12 possible courses and being 'realistic' on what grades I'll be able to achieve.

Knowing myself well enough, I'm trying to minimize my schedule come next year to only have 6-7 courses.

My question is; what course do you recommend I take in summer school?
-English?
-Physics?
-Biology?
-(Recommendation)?

I can't manage 8 courses. So any suggestions on what I should take come this summer?



Which one will benefit you the most? Are the English teachers in your school super hard that it would be hard to get above an 85? Then take English in Summer School. Or if you have an english teacher that you can do well with, I would take a course that is not related to your field when you go to university (Physics if you were going into Life Science and Biology if you are going into Engineering).

Good luck.
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