- May 1, 2014
- Reaction score
Hey guys, I am willing to be an astronautical engineer, and I know I need a solid background in physics, chemistry, and math. I'm in 10th grade and about to end the 1st term with a crap score. take two types of math, extended (required for everyone), and Additional math, which is more difficult. I need help on how to increase my grade for both math subjects. My grades in E-math, I got a 90 in my first quiz, then a 72 in the second. I think I messed up my exam today and predict a score of around 70. A-math, 80 on my first quiz and I flunked the second. My exam is on Friday. Please help me on how to get straight A's for math! In 9th grade last year, my report card grades for E-math were 70s and 80s, and in A-math, 70s all the way til I got exactly 80 in the last term. With this kind of 9th grade report card and a not very satisfying 10th grade 1st term result, how bad will it be for me, as in, what are the chances of minimizing and decreasing my entry in engineering school? I want to enter Arizona State for my bachelor's, and you need a 3.5 GPA. I am in Indonesia. For you international students who studied in the US, I would also like to ask you what type of questions they ask you when you get your visa, anything you remember, even on topics such as security and criminal records. Thanks in advance.