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What are the 3 hardest AP classes and tests?

SpinDoctorSpinDoctor Posts: 92Registered User Junior Member
edited June 2011 in AP Tests Preparation
Here are my opinions:
1.Biology
2. Chemistry
3. Calculus

honorables:
1. European History
2. American History
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  • imiracle911imiracle911 Posts: 3,309Registered User Senior Member
    This really has no meaning you know that right? This is YOUR opinion. So it will be different from mine or others. But if you're doing this poll for I don't know some reasons that is irrelevant to my concerns no offense dude.
    For me
    1. Studio Art (I am just all thumbs. I can't do art so I will obviously fail this one terribly if I take it)
    2. Lit (maybe because I'm a foreigner who knows)
    3. USH (sort of hard. You can never be certain about anytihng on this exam)
  • SpinDoctorSpinDoctor Posts: 92Registered User Junior Member
    I'm doing it for kicks. Why do i keep feeling the hate here? Of COURSE it's just opinion. Jeez. I haven't even TAKEN AP Chemistry...
  • drummerboy88drummerboy88 Posts: 122Registered User Junior Member
    Although everyone obviously has their own opinion on what tests are harder for them, the three tests known as the hardest the collegeboard puts out (not the courses but the actual tests) are Physics B and the two physics Cs. At least as far as I have been informed.
  • be_a_starbe_a_star Posts: 618Registered User Member
    I sure hope it's not AP chem. I figure it'll be my hardest class this year, but i don't want it to be too hard.

    AP spanish is pretty darn hard if you're not a native speaker, and I have heard that the two hardest courses at my school are AP physics and Ap US History.
  • SpinDoctorSpinDoctor Posts: 92Registered User Junior Member
    Oh, I forgot, the Language tests are impossible. Or so I've heard. Oh dammit, they;re all APs, what was I thinking...
  • Doogie311Doogie311 Posts: 1,723Registered User Senior Member
    AP Physics B/C u choose
    AP Chem
    AP (any language)
  • green_applegreen_apple Posts: 226Registered User Junior Member
    AP Physics B (Way harder than C because the topics are too broad)
    AP Computer Science (It's not offered frequently, but for those who took it know it's hard)
    AP (ANY LANGUAGE if you arent a native speaker) else AP Lit
  • tanonevtanonev Posts: 723Registered User Member
    I'd say the APs that are the polar opposite of your intended major...for a CS/Math person like me, Physics, Chem, CS, & Calc were a breeze, but Foreign Language, History, and Lit were murder...

    What about the AP Arts? I've never taken them or met anyone who took them, so...
  • be_a_starbe_a_star Posts: 618Registered User Member
    Do mean all types of arts? I took AP Music theory this year. It was really difficult at first getting some of the stuff down, but I found that after a little concentration on each topic, it became much easier. It was definitely easier than AP spanish.
  • ryfrky07ryfrky07 Posts: 182Registered User Junior Member
    I've heard the tests for AP Latin Virgil are hard; a girl who got into Harvard had a 2 on the test.
  • tanonevtanonev Posts: 723Registered User Member
    I believe I could have taken Music Theory without much extra prep, since I've played piano for several years and done the CM exams...I was referring rather to the ones where you have to submit portfolios...I'm guessing if you don't have talent, don't even bother?
  • artpaintartpaint Posts: 69Registered User Junior Member
    I submitted an AP Drawing portfolio. It's definitely the most fun exam you could take - there isn't a written exam aside from a brief statement. Oh, there isn't a time limit either. You can include any work that you've done during your lifetime. I guess if you like visual arts or music, those exams would come easy to you. Unlike all the other tests, when you complete an AP art portfolio you get something tangible out of it. When you are finished you have all your work nicely documented and matted, which really comes in handy for when you have to show your portfolio to colleges.
  • harriharri Posts: 408Registered User Member
    At my school, the class for AP U.S. history was very hard, but the test wasn't as bad.

    I avoided AP Chem and AP Physics because I don't like those subjects and had a feeling that they'd be difficult.

    A word on AP Bio - I didn't even finish the multiple choice section, and I still got a 5.

    AP Languages (French) - The reading and writing parts aren't that bad if you've been studying the language for a while. The trouble occurs when there's listening comprehension and when you have to verbally reply to prompts while recording yourself ... not fun.
  • so save meso save me Posts: 517Registered User Member
    From what I've heard, AP Physics and AP Spanish
  • confidentialconfidential Posts: 1,009Registered User Member
    Physics C and Languages.
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