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Posted: Thursday, August 17, 2017 11:30 am

As the college application process becomes more competitive each year, many students feel pressure from both their parents and themselves to take as many Advanced Placement classes as possible to raise their GPAs. This is not always the case, however, according to Tokay High School counselor John Hunt, who says that students can end up stretching themselves too thin and end up failing the AP classes.

“It’s all about what you can do well. I advise balance, and so does Stanford University. Someone loading up on AP classes might not be able to do well in their volunteer work or athletics,” says Hunt.

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