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Ap physics and ap bio at same time?

loafofseedsloafofseeds 0 replies3 threads New Member
edited December 2013 in AP Tests Preparation
I'm currently a high school sophomore but I am already thinking about my courses for next year. I know junior year will be the most difficult, but I was wondering if it would be possible to take both ap physics and ap bio at the same time. Is it worth it/possible to do well?
I plan on taking these ap courses next year:
-ap bio
-ap physics
-ap lang
-ap us history

Is this too much? If so, what revisions should I make?
edited December 2013
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