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As you build your course schedule, some classes are a given. Most students have to take the core subjects of language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies, and many choose to include a foreign language. However, choosing classes beyond these central courses may prove a daunting task, especially when there are many options from which to choose. Deciding what electives are best for you and your high school courseload can feel like a difficult undertaking. In this blog post, we’ll go over the ins and outs of high school electives in order to help you decide what’s right for you.
What’s the difference between an elective and another class?
To start, it is helpful to have a clear understanding of what an elective course actually is. To put it simply, electives are any classes that aren’t one of the “core” subjects. The core classes, as we mentioned above, are language arts/English, math, science, foreign language, and social studies/history. Most classes within those fields wouldn’t be considered an elective. For instance, both Honors English and AP English Literature are core classes, and generally wouldn’t be considered electives.
Electives provide an opportunity for students to pursue more specialized interests outside the core, and explore a variety of different academic pursuits. For instance, students may be able to further pursue the arts by taking an elective course in photography, ceramics, or drama. Similarly, a student may be able to explore their passion for writing from a different angle by enrolling in a journalism or creative writing class. Electives are a way to either try something completely new, or to further develop an interest.
Should I take elective if it isn’t weighted?
Although there are many benefits to enrolling in an elective course, one reason students may be wary of doing so is that electives are typically not weighted—that is, on a 4.0 scale, an A in an elective is typically worth 4 points, rather than the 4.5 or 5 points that honors, AP, and IB classes are sometimes worth. Thus, choosing to take an elective class may adversely impact a student’s GPA or class rank.
However, not all electives are unweighted. For instance, the College Board offers a number of weighted Advanced Placement elective classes, including AP Art History, AP Music Theory, AP Studio Art: 2-D Design, AP Studio Art: 3-D Design, and AP Studio Art: Drawing. These courses are generally weighted by high schools, and still allow students to pursue co curricular interests and add an exciting dimension to their high school courseload.
Additionally, GPA and class rank should not be the only factors you consider when developing your class schedule. Focusing solely on these considerations when choosing classes can take a lot of the joy out of school, and prevent you from pursuing true interests. You should note that college admissions officers consider the context of your GPA/class rank when evaluating this component of your application. If the reason your GPA is slightly lower than it could’ve been is because you took classes you were genuinely passionate about and enjoyed, colleges are unlikely to hold it against you in the admissions process.
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