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I am currently attending a very good Jesuit high school where I received a 2.9 cumulative over my Freshman and Sophomore years. This Junior year I have showed tremendous improvement to all A's with a class called AP Computer Science as well, for the first half of the year. I expect the same the next half and for my SAT I will most likely get around 2100-2200 based on PSAT. I will also take the ACT but I have no predictions as to what I will get, most likely something high. In Freshman and Sophomore year I screwed around, but that is the past. With this and my future classes, if I receive and A in all of them, I will probably be able to go a somewhat prestigious school. I need help from here. First, I need to know what classes to take next year that look the best to colleges. One way of looking at it is taking all AP's to boost my grade as much as possible from weighted GPA. I have 5 available class slots: I will take AP English, AP Calculus BC, and 3 more of 5 choices: AP Stats, AP Physics, Engineering, AP Psychology, and AP US Government. From this point, after I have completed the most advantageous courses in Senior year and am attending a college, I need to know what to do. My only focus in life is money, and all I want is a job that makes me money. For my first four years I think my best bet is to double major in economics or business administration and either software or hardware engineering. This way I can easily enter the fast expanding tech world in an upper management position after I complete my masters degree, MBA. This is the route I think would make the most money, is there a better one? The underlying theme of this question is that I do not care about workload or expenses to get to where I want to be. Give me a path from where I am now, to making the most money I personally can possibly make.

Asked By: - 12/19/2012
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Most people who have made a lot of money did not have money as a goal. They did what they liked and did it well. But if your goal is a high salary after an MBA, here are some facts to think about... More
Answered By: Prof - 12/20/2012
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Grow pot and sell it and work at walmart
Answered By: brian - 12/19/2012
 
Business sounds like a good plan! However you could end up a CEO or simply a consultant. You have to work hard and make people like you.
Answered By: Scott - 12/19/2012
 
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