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Are AP classes useful in high school?
Yes! AP classes can be very useful; they can help to prepare you for college levels courses that you will take and also help if you get high enough test scores to be eligible to skip those classes in college. Even if you don't pass the test you are able to get enough backround knowlegde to pass the college class with ease.
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What education and training is required to become an orthodontist?
When you enter high school, you should take college preparatory classes with a strong emphasis on math and science. You should take as many science classes as you can, like biology, chemistry, and physics. There are no yearly recommendations for high school classes, but when you get to college you will need to take enough science and math classes to meet each college's requirements to graduate. You also need to go to an orthodontic college. That will teach you all you need to know to become an orthodontist! You need a bachelor, master's, and doctors degree to become an orthodontist.
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What is associate of applied technology degree?
An Associate's in Applied Technology (AAT) is the same thing as an Associate's in Applied Science (AAS). To get an AAT, you must choose a major to study. About 15 of the classes for the AAT will be classes related to your major, and about 5 classes will be general education classes like Math and English. An AAT degree is for people who would like to only go to college for 2 years before working full-time. It is not for people who want to pursue a Bachelor's Degree. The pros: AAT degrees are awarded at technical colleges, which are very inexpensive. Also, you only take classes for 2 years. The cons: Bachelor's degrees are becoming more and more necessary for success, and an AAT may not be advanced enough for your career goals.
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Does it look better to get a B in an AP-GT course or an A in an Honors course?
It is better to get a B in an AP class then an A in an Honors class, just as it is better to get a B in an Honors class then an A in a College Prep class. When colleges look at your application, they want to know that you are challenging yourself and taking hard classes, because they are essentially looking to see how well you will do in their school. AP classes are considered to be tougher then Honors classes, because AP classes are introductory college classes that are taken during high school- that's why some colleges give credit for a high enough AP test score. However, Honors classes are really just advanced high school classes. Grade reviews done for college entrance are done in an 'over-all' manner. The amount of honors classes taken will be noted and average GPA. Other classes will be looked at, and also that GPA. Individual classes are very seldom picked out to review grades, unless you are seeking to enter a very specialized field, and have taken many college prep classes in that area as honors classes. Most high schools do not offer enough 'specialized' prep classes for specific college interest.