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AP Chem necessary?

afned368afned368 Posts: 175Registered User Junior Member
edited February 2012 in AP Tests Preparation
I participated in Chem Olympics, chemistry competition, as a freshmen and sophomore. Now that I'm going to be a junior next year I have 4 AP science open to me. I was wondering if it would look bad if I don't take AP Chemistry on my college application. I enjoy chemistry but I took it already and want to take AP Physics this year and AP Environmental Science next year. Would this look bad on my college app?

PS: I plan on majoring in Economics. If not most likely nothing in the sciences.
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Replies to: AP Chem necessary?

  • HONORLIONSHONORLIONS Posts: 1,582Registered User Senior Member
    AP Physics this year and AP Environmental Science next year.

    Bump AP Environmental and go for AP Chem.
  • nate42nate42 Posts: 1,310Registered User Senior Member
    That seems okay to me. In my opinion you need not take AP Env. That class is so useless, I don't even know why they offer it. Try AP Biology it's a great class.
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