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    How will i do academically i know i will make friends easy but i dont know how actual school will go is it good im moving during the break ive always caught on quick any advice or anything please help how do you think i will do will it be an easy transition? what are the pros and cons should i start school as soon as i get there which will be december 6th or should i wait for the new semester in janurary please help me im stressin
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    How will i do academically i know i will make friends easy but i dont know how actual school will go is it good im moving during the break ive always caught on quick any advice or anything please help how do you think i will do will it be an easy transition? what are the pros and cons should i start school as soon as i get there which will be december 6th or should i wait for the new semester in janurary please help me im stressin
    I'm not really sure how American education works, and most people here are from the UK, but I'm pretty sure it will go fine

    Are you taking the same subjects? Are they on the same course? Is there anything your new school would have done, that you haven't? For example for history your current school might do the Cold War whereas your new one WW1, in which case you might want to catch up on new modules

    Has your new school suggested when you should start? I'd have thought it would be something they'd tell you instead of give you a choice really, although imo start of a new semester would probably be easiest. But speak to the school.

    And pros and cons for what?
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    I'm not really sure how American education works, and most people here are from the UK, but I'm pretty sure it will go fine

    Are you taking the same subjects? Are they on the same course? Is there anything your new school would have done, that you haven't? For example for history your current school might do the Cold War whereas your new one WW1, in which case you might want to catch up on new modules

    Has your new school suggested when you should start? I'd have thought it would be something they'd tell you instead of give you a choice really, although imo start of a new semester would probably be easiest. But speak to the school.

    And pros and cons for what?
    pros of cons of transfering and right now im taking 7 subjects freshman orientation(yes thats a class) english science intro to tech (which is a computer class) pe algebra and intensive math in what way will it be easier for me to start in the new semester how would it be easier?
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    pros of cons of transfering and right now im taking 7 subjects freshman orientation(yes thats a class) english science intro to tech (which is a computer class) pe algebra and intensive math in what way will it be easier for me to start in the new semester how would it be easier?
    Do you mean transferring at all, or when you transfer?

    I think it would be easier at the new semester as I think this semester is coming to an end in a few weeks? If so it'll be mostly finishing up work when you start which isn't the best position for you to be in. However a new semester you won't have missed out on anything and be behind on what they're currently doing.

    However that still means you'll miss a few weeks of school which isn't the best idea. Have you spoken to the new school? What did they suggest?
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    Do you mean transferring at all, or when you transfer?

    I think it would be easier at the new semester as I think this semester is coming to an end in a few weeks? If so it'll be mostly finishing up work when you start which isn't the best position for you to be in. However a new semester you won't have missed out on anything and be behind on what they're currently doing.

    However that still means you'll miss a few weeks of school which isn't the best idea. Have you spoken to the new school? What did they suggest?
    my mom said it would be best to wait intill the new semester how do you think ill do academic wise if i go in at the new semester will it be easy for me? i have a 3.0 at the school im at now my only struggles are math? do you think ill do ok?
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    (Original post by AdamCee)
    Do you mean transferring at all, or when you transfer?

    I think it would be easier at the new semester as I think this semester is coming to an end in a few weeks? If so it'll be mostly finishing up work when you start which isn't the best position for you to be in. However a new semester you won't have missed out on anything and be behind on what they're currently doing.

    However that still means you'll miss a few weeks of school which isn't the best idea. Have you spoken to the new school? What did they suggest?
    Do you think ill be able to catch on since im starting at the new semester?
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    (Original post by Quest_405)
    my mom said it would be best to wait intill the new semester how do you think ill do academic wise if i go in at the new semester will it be easy for me? i have a 3.0 at the school im at now my only struggles are math? do you think ill do ok?
    I really can't say. And in England we don't have GPA so I have no idea how good a 3.0 is, sorry. You may have to work a little harder at the start in order to catch up with everyone else, but there's no reason you'll have any problems. Think you'd be fine
 
 
 
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