unedited: i have gotten luckey and got into ucas it is a school that only accepts about 10 juniors and 150 sophmores i was applying as a junyor so i was very unlikely to get in im the last one accepted so i am quite pleased about that but it now provideds a more difficult problem that anything i have faced yet. ucas is a school that lets high school students go to collage and graduale with there assoates for free. so i will graduate coloage about a month before i graduate high school not that wouldent be a problem if i diddent have to take english 1010 witch is a class foucoused around writing i had no idea what to do because even though i am going to take that class next year i am still takeing classes where i have to take extensive notes and have to be able to read them so writeing them is not an option so i have to type my notes. now as you may konw from reading my earler posts i have in years past taken notes on my iPod now i thought at the beggining of the year that this is what i was gonna do when i got there the first day though i saw tons of kids bringing there own laptops to school to take notes so i decided to do that instead now that took care of the note takeing problem i thought i was good to go until i had my first test where the essay questions are long and have to be hand written with out special accomdations so i had to fugure out how to get those accomdations with it being a coloage class in a highschool i had to go through bouth the high school and the coloage to get the accomdations so after talking with bouth the coloage counsler and the highschool i got permission to not only type essays but have spelling not count in everything but english. i am very glad i can type my notes and tests its also nice on the parts of tests that i have to hand write even though they dont show up often its nice to know i can be doct for spelling.
Edited: I got lucky and got into UCAS. It is a school that only accepts about 10 juniors and 150 sophomores. I was applying as a junior so it was very unlikely that I would get in. I was the last one accepted, so I am quite pleased about that, but it now provides a more difficult problem than anything I have faced yet. UCAS is a school that lets high school students go to college and graduate with there Associates Degree for free. So I will graduate college about a month before I graduate high school. Now that wouldn't be a problem if I didn't have to take English 1010, which is a class focused around writing. I have no idea what to do because even though I am going to take that class next year, I am still taking classes where I have to take extensive notes and have to be able to read them. So hand writing them is not an option. I have to type my notes. Now as you may know from reading my earlier posts, I have in years past taken notes on my iPod. I thought at the beginning of the year that this is what I was gonna do. When I got there the first day though, I saw tons of kids bringing their own laptops to school to take notes. So I decided to do that instead. Now that took care of the note taking problem. I thought I was good to go until I had my first test where the essay questions are long and have to be hand written (without special accommodations). So, I had to figure out how to get those accommodations. With it being a college class, in a high school, I had to go through both the high school and the college to get the accommodations. After talking with both the college counselor and the high school, I got permission to not only type essays, but to have spelling not count in everything except English. I am very glad I can type my notes and tests. It's also nice on the parts of tests that I have to hand write even though they don't show up often, it's nice to know I can't be docked for spelling.