DD has been accepted to several colleges, but we are awaiting financial aid awards to make the final decision on where she will attend.
She is dual enrolled at our local university. When she applied to schools, she had to list her courses for her senior year. For second semester that included the following:
Honors Chem w/lab
Intro to Psychology
Greek 3 (through Lukeion, not dual-enrolled)
She's also a TA/SI Leader for Intro French classes, so she has to sit in on another French class as well and works 10 hours/week overall on campus.
She had to give up Greek 3 this semester due to an unavoidable schedule conflict with her DE classes. I feel confident that dropping Greek is not a deal breaker.
However, yesterday she dropped the Psych class because it was too easy. The professor stated that the class would be a lot of busy work and, in fact, the first homework assignment was a crossword puzzle. Unfortunately, there are no good options for adding a replacement class that work with her schedule.
How likely is she to have her college acceptances rescinded if she does not replace the psych class? She will still be taking 14 hours and will have met all of her high school requirements for graduation. The only other option is to take an Ethics class that has horrible reviews on ratemyprofessor. Would it be best to suck it up and take that class even if she's likely to get a B in the class?