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I'm kind of having some trouble here. I'm a rising sophomore and I've basically planned out all the Aps I want to take Junior and Senior year.
Junior- Ap Chem, Ap Lang, Ap US, Ap Calc Ab
Senior- Ap Bio, Ap Lit, Ap Calc BC, Ap French
My counselor told me that it would be a good idea to self-study Aps over this summer because I won't be doing much my sophomore year. I've already decided that I am going to study Ap Human Geography, but I'm not sure whether or not to do another one.
Would it be too much to study more than 1 Ap?
Next year I'll be taking World History and Bio, so I thought either Ap World, Ap Euro or Ap Enviro would be good options.
Should I just stick with one Ap, or should I challenge myself?