What does no mean in UC application?

• For courses that are only one semester long, select “No Course” for the term for which the. course was not offered (e.g. Economics offered fall term, for spring term enter “No Course”) • Include all original courses/grades and enter repeated courses/grades for courses in which.

What does NH stand for?

Acronym Definition
NH New Hampshire (US postal abbreviation)
NH New Haven
NH Nursing Home
NH National Highway (Australia, India)

How hard is it to take 3 AP classes?

You most certainly can take 3 AP classes, but it is a purely personal decision if taking that many AP courses and the workload that goes with it is too much for you to handle at once. I will say from personal experience that of those 3, AP English Language will be the most challenging.

Is Pre AP harder than honors?

Unofficial pre-AP classes are usually similar to honors classes. They are more challenging than regular-level classes and will likely have more homework and more rigorous tests to help you prepare for the advanced level of AP classes.

What does AG mean in high school?

Subject requirement

What does N H stand for in school?

N.H. in Education

N.H. Natural Heritage National, University, Locations
N.H. New Hampshire + 1 variant Geography, State, Locations
NH New Hampshire Postal, State, United States
NH Nashua High School, Student, Locations
NH Native Hawaiians Hawaii, Native, Student

Is AP Psych easy?

After considering all the factors, I would say that AP Psychology is not hard in comparison to other high-level classes. There isn’t a huge amount of material to cover, students usually report that the class is easy, and the exam is less demanding and complex than many other AP exams.

Is four AP classes too much?

Unless you’re applying to the most selective universities, 4 to 5 AP courses over your high school years is more than enough. For students applying to the most selective colleges, you might need 7–12. But even so, taking 4 AP courses in a year can be extremely challenging.

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