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Doable AP courses?

CyrusssCyrusss Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
edited November 2012 in AP Tests Preparation
Hi I'm currently a sophomore, and this is my plan for the rest of my high school career. Is this doable? Should I take online classes in my senior year? Or is that enough considering I'm not strong in math.
Sophomore: taking APUS, will self study for US Gov. & Politics and Psychology
Junior: taking AP Euro, AP Bio, and AP English Lang and will take online courses for APES and APHG
Senior: AP Caluculus AB, AP Chemistry, and AP English Literature
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Replies to: Doable AP courses?

  • WiseGuyWiseGuy Registered User Posts: 349 Member
    By all means, it is definitely possible. Whether or not you should take online classes in two years should be determined how you feel by the time you are a senior. You probably don't have to register right now. Plus, there are always free resources like MIT's OCW or Khan Academy if you want to go beyond your high school/AP curriculum.
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