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AP Psych or AP Human Geography for sophomore?

nerdygirlyynerdygirlyy Registered User Posts: 112 Junior Member
edited June 2014 in AP Tests Preparation
Should I take AP Psych or Human Geo this year as a sophomore. I took Intro to Psych as a freshman and really enjoyed it. Which one's more challenging and which one would I get the most out of?

Replies to: AP Psych or AP Human Geography for sophomore?

  • DigitalKingDigitalKing Registered User Posts: 905 Member
    Take both.
  • TheMizuTheMizu Registered User Posts: 143 Junior Member
    Psychology is what I would pick. Much more interesting. Colleges rarely even teach geography classes, so it's kind of useless.
  • brink448brink448 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
    I didn't take Human geo but I did 'self study'(or really just cram study) psych. You definitely learn a lot and idk I started learning psych the day before the AP exam and got a 5. So if easy is what you're looking for it should be rather simple.
  • 3boystogo3boystogo Registered User Posts: 336 Member
    I agree with TheMizu. Many schools don't give credit for HG or they give credit for a course that really doesn't apply towards anything. AP Psych, however, may apply towards major or general education requirements. If you already have any schools of interest, you can look this up on their websites.
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