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Number of Challenging Classes

Cam248Cam248 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
I am currently a sophomore at my high school, and first in my class. Next year, I am planning on taking:
AP Chem
AP Stats
Honors Pre-Calc
Honors English III
Honors Physics
I will have a study hall every day.
Does anyone think that this is too much of a workload? I'm not sure if I should change classes I'm going to take. What would look best to competitive colleges?
Any advice?

Replies to: Number of Challenging Classes

  • MITer94MITer94 Registered User Posts: 4,747 Senior Member
    3 APs is definitely doable; the amount of workload also largely depends on your school and its teachers.
  • Cam248Cam248 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    Ok, from what I understand at my school stats and apush are easy, but apush requires a lot of work. I also think that ap chem is one of the harder classes.
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