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Hey guys. I am scheduling for my senior year of high school and my current schedule looks like this.
1. Multivariable Calculus with Linear Algebra (weighted)
2. AP Statistics (weighted)
3. AP Computer Science (weighted)
4. Spanish 4 (weighted)
5. Honors Essay Writing / Survey of Western Humanities (both weighted)
6. AP Macroeconomics/AP Microeconomics (both weighted)
7. Gym (Mandatory)
I already have 5 years of science under my belt (Honors Chemistry, Honors Molecular Biology, Honors Physics, AP Biology, and AP Chemistry), but I was wondering if I should take AP Environmental Science in place of AP Statistics for senior year. My only two options are between APES and AP Stats at this point - I will not take AP Physics B or C - so I would just like suggestions between the two. Will it be detrimental to me if I don't take a science course senior year even though I already have 5 years? I'm just asking because I'm currently signed up for AP Statistics and will have to go talk to my counselor to see if I can switch into APES. Thanks.