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I need help choosing classes

lavaoutpourlavaoutpour Registered User Posts: 10 New Member
edited August 2012 in AP Tests Preparation
So today during registration, I was harshly informed that I will not able to take all of the AP courses I had wanted to. I was planning to take the following courses: Literature, Spanish, Chemistry, Clalculus(AB). The way they have currently set up my schedule makes it so that I am unable to currently unable to take calculus. I will either not take calculus or drop one of my other AP classes to make room for it. I am not allowed to drop literature. I also have never taken an AP science( I took bio, then chem, then physics. all honors) so I thought it would be a good idea to take an AP Science my senior year. So it comes down to calc or spanish. I have taken 3 years of college prep, non honors, math and only 1 year of spanish. I took spanish for native speakers 3 last year and took spanish 1 at irvine vallley college my freshman year. From what all of my friends tell me, I will not struggle in either of them. I also taking statistics with my local community college this coming semester.

So which should i take? Which will look better to colleges? Spanish or Calc(AB)?
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