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Art and drawing should be studied to become a cartoonist. Other courses that are recommended to become a cartoonist are fine arts and graphic animation.
Your high school course will not matter. Your college courses will not matter, as long as you obtain your bachelor's degree.
You do not necessarily need a high school diploma to enroll in online college courses or even attend some community colleges.
Specific high school courses will have little to do with becoming a veterinarian. You will need good grades to enable you to get into college and good grades there in order to get into vet school.
Definitely take any music courses.
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you have to have 4 English classes one each year of high school
Well first, you need to learn how to spell school correctly.
In high school you should take the most difficult science and math courses that you can handle. You will need to take biology, chemistry, physics and calculus in undergraduate college, so you should have some background in those courses in high school.
i don't know all the courses needed to become a vet but i know that you need to do pre-cal math in school.
because the high school courses doesn't teaches you the motivational skills you need to be successful in the future.
You need a college degree! Though you can prepare by volunteering at different medical and science programs in the meantime, and take as much biology courses at your school.
what kind of courses do you need to take if you are going to a radiology school??what kind of courses do you need to take if you are going to a radiology school??what kind of courses do you need to take if you are going to a radiology school??
biology, physics, chemistry and english
It depends on the requirement of the high school, so the kids HAVE to take the class in order to get out of high school.
You just need to get your diploma and make as high grades as you can so you will get into a good college. High school courses won't usually matter as much as the college courses will, but if you have some electives, aim for science classes like biology and chemistry.
Because the high school courses doesn't teaches you the motivational skills you need to be sucessful in the future