Applied VS Academic Courses for High school
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Applied VS Academic Courses for High school

Many parents and students struggle with the decision of whether to enter applied or academic courses. As an English teacher tutor, I feel it is important to know that Academic courses lead to University, while Applied courses ultimately lead to College. Make sure you get all the facts before making this decision. Visit this link to learn more about the differences between Academic and Applied courses.http://web.ldhss.ocdsb.ca/intermediate-student-services/academic-vs-applied-courses  Tips from an English Teacher tutor

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