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Should I take AP Bio or Physics first?
I'm a freshman that is currently taking Honors Chem. We're registering for our classes next year now, and I'm not sure which science to take next year. The options I'm considering are AP Biology and regular Physics. I could take Physics next year and AP Bio in 11th grade, or vice versa. Taking AP Bio sophomore year would probably benefit me because if I took it junior year, I would also be taking APUSH, AP Calc AB, and AP English 3 at the same time. That sounds like way too much for a single year. On the other hand, Bio, along with World History, would be my first AP classes ever. I might want to wait until junior year to take it because although I find it more interesting than Physics, I have heard it is very hard. I have never taken a Physics class before, but have taken Biology, if that helps. I think I might be going pre-med in college, but I'm not sure. I also have no room in my schedule for a science senior year, but after my junior year, I will have done 4 years of science.