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Too Many Credits??


I deal with the problem of "too many credits" now and then (I'm actually working on one right now.) You can handle it a few different ways.




  • You can keep only the most recent credits.

  • You can lower the credit value of all classes.

  • You can eliminate classes that could also be considered an "activity" instead (so ballet would be an activity and not a PE credit.)

  • You can pick and choose some classes to drop off the transcript if you have more than the usual requirements. (Drop the 5th history class.)

  • You can combine classes together (British Literature and Ancient Literature make one European Literature class.)

  • You could also explain the situation - tell the school that this is what your child did, document that it is high school level, and let them see what your child is really capable of.


Blessings,Lee

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