I need some info about the classes i plan on taking in university/college(pay attention to the details)?

I need some info about the classes i plan on taking in university/college(pay attention to the details)? Topic: I need some info about the classes i plan on taking in university/college(pay attention to the details)?
June 27, 2019 / By Alisha
Question: Heres what I plan on learning: International law+Corporate law+Patent law,Business,International trade,political science,medicine. As well as what must I do to qualify as a diplomat(in terms of what degrees would i need?)? How long would it take me to do so in college? and how would i go about doing so. Like what can be combined? and in what order. Yes i know its quite a list but im determined.
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Uni Uni | 7 days ago
Hi ME, You will need to decide on the route you want to take while an undergraduate because each route is very different. To become a lawyer you will need, in the US, a bachelors degree and then three more years of studying to get a JD. Once you pass your bar exam you will then go on to specialize in the areas you choose. This will take additional time and likely up to another 5 years before you become competent in the area so total time you are looking at 12 years. In comparison a diplomatic route will require at least a masters degree in politics, culture (e.g. Middle-East studies), foreign language, or similar area. Also you will need to begin develop contacts within the government and be able to move up through the ranks. This means in theory the routes are incompatible unless you are able to begin out as a lawyer, develop contacts, go back to school, and then enter the diplomatic core. This route will most likely take 15 years at a minimum to do.
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Uni Originally Answered: I am taking the following AP tests. Can someone tell me how difficult they are and basic info about them?
AP Psychology - Great course, really fun even if you didn't know/care about psychology prior to taking it. It's also fairly easy, just do the practice exams many times and you'll be fine. I highly recommend this course. I got a 5 on it. AP English Language - Well, you either know English or you don't. It's not that hard, just use your class time well and practice writing essays quickly and you should be fine. The multiple choice questions on this exam are tricky, you'll be amazed at how bad you can do on them. The course is easy, the exam is harder. I got a 4 on it. AP Biology - Lots of work, lots of reading, lots of memorization. The textbook is two inches thick and is written in a VERY boring way. If you're in a non-semestered school you may end up studying units of textbook on your own because many teachers don't manage to teach everything by May. However, the exam is much easier than the course itself. If you use the Princeton's Review (Cracking the AP Biology Exam) you should be fine. But it will take a considerable chunk out of your school life. I got a 5 on it. The others I haven't taken but I hope this helped :)
Uni Originally Answered: I am taking the following AP tests. Can someone tell me how difficult they are and basic info about them?
That will be a very rigorous schedule. I would not advise trying to take more than 3 AP classes while involved in a time consuming activity, like being a Drum Major. AP Calc BC is supposed to be pretty challenging though I never took it myself. Psych shouldn't be too bad from what I've heard friends who took it say, and at my school it was only a one semester course. English will be easy unless you're just bad at English and/or you have a crazy teacher who assigns tons of work, but expect to have to read some books. AP Bio is supposed to be a lot of information in not a lot of time and therefore a pretty challenging class. AP US History was probably the hardest AP class I ever took, it was a TON of work and reading, but in the end it paid off and I got a 4. AP Government isn't all that difficult it's just a lot to try to understand, and this was also another one semester course at my school. If you're taking AP Macro or Micro Economics along with government expect that to be challenging, but not impossible. Bottom line, I wouldn't try to take US History and Govt at the same time, those will both be pretty reading intensive classes, and I'd also consider putting either the biology or calc off a year. Even making those changes will still leave you with a pretty hard set of courses, but with the amount of time you have to set aside for band (unless it requires much less commitment than it did at my school) I think you're setting yourself up stress and possibly failure with the set of courses you have right now.

Ritchie Ritchie
Well I just got here in college and I found out a lot. First of all, you will be taking mostly General Education requirments your first year. This includes classes studying science, different cultures, Fine Arts (often something you want to take a media class in). Along with that you might want to take some classes that are a prerequisite to getting your degree. This differs from college to college and they will provide you with a list of courses you need to take if you go to the undergraduate affairs office in your campus. But you will have to start off with the easier courses as a freshman, things will get tougher as the years go buy. Sometimes you might think that you are taking classes that are unnecessary and have nothing to do with your major. This is something colleges tend to do to make sure you are ready for ANYTHING in your future career. The important thing to do is keep your class schedule above 15 hours and you should be able to graduate on time (if not the next semester).
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Methuselah Methuselah
Correct. I get an earful daily my spouse comes dwelling. She manages a restaurant. Details are fundamental..the concern is that now not everybody is aware which main points to pay awareness to.
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Methuselah Originally Answered: I'm taking AP classes next year! Any advice?
Cool Just before I start, I am going to be a senior this fall and I am taking the exact same AP classes(but AP Literature instead of Language).Okay, down to business, since this is going to be your first time taking AP classes, you need to know that AP classes are a lot of work and there is no doubt that if you want a good grade in any of the classes that you need to be prepared to read a lot, take an extreme amount of notes, and learn so much vocabulary your head will hurt, trust me on that! That was not to scare you but to let you know that no matter what type of student you are in a classroom, whether it be a an A student or a C student, your game has to stepped up. Finally, this is how you can prepare: purchase a Barron's book, if your not familiar with the name, Barron's is a company that is "The Leader in Test Preparation" and the company has all AP and Standardized Test books. The book will be around $17 so I suggest you order it on amazon. Do this a few weeks before school starts so you can have it,and review over it. Also, purchase flashcards for vocabulary. The rest is up to your teacher, which you should listen to no matter how much you might dislike him/her, because they know what they are taking about. When school begins expect your AP teachers to give you a syllabus, which outlines the teachers expectations, class supplies, homework and tests , but I suggest you go out and but two binders, about 1 to 1 1/2 inch, dividers and plenty of paper, but if your not a binder person get a 3 to 5 subject notebook for each AP class. Also, expect homework on the fist night too. In end, just relax and listen to your teacher and ask fellow classmates or seniors who have taken AP classes for advice on how to handle the teacher and so on. I know this is probably a really long response but I want to help because my first time taking AP's my sophomore year was stressful but I learned a lot from my mistakes. also MANAGE YOUR TIME this helps... a lot!!
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