#1
I have a **** load of papers from high school that I really want to throw away. Im a senior in hs and Im planning on going to College. Is it really that necessary to keep old quizzes,tests,notes, etc. for college?
#3
You need your certificate...aside form that

burn it

it's what i did
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#4
Well keep the decent pieces of work for you rinterview at University, then burn them all.
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#5
well what I think is that, even though I'm not gonna be a math major, I have to take calculus my freshman year in college. So I might assume it would be wise to keep all my old precal stuff from high school and review it over time. Or am I wrong here?
#6
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#7
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well what I think is that, even though I'm not gonna be a math major, I have to take calculus my freshman year in college. So I might assume it would be wise to keep all my old precal stuff from high school and review it over time. Or am I wrong here?


I'm in calc now, (but as a senior), and really don't use much of my precalc knowledge. The trig identities and radians are the only big thing that transfers over.
#9
You don't need it... all my high school sh*t is sitting on top of the school roof where I chucked it following the last day of class.