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4/5 APs Junior Year

DaEmmJay23DaEmmJay23 Registered User Posts: 134 Junior Member
It's that wonderful time of year where I get to choose my classes. Right now I take two APs and I have a 4.0 UW GPA. I play Football and Lacrosse, while doing workouts for lax during the winter.

Next year I'm slotted to take the following:
AP Calc AB/BC (Everyday)
AP Physics 1
AP Lang
AP Human Geography
H World History
Forensics/H Contemporary Voices
Study Hall

My school runs on an A/B schedule so I have classes every other day except for calc. I have heard that Lang, Hug, and Physics assign barely any homework. World History is a complete joke at my school that could easily be another study hall and same with forensics first semester. I need to take AP Hug either next year or senior year for a completer I do. Is this doable?

Replies to: 4/5 APs Junior Year

  • DaEmmJay23DaEmmJay23 Registered User Posts: 134 Junior Member
    Also, I am generally interested in all the classes be uses I really enjoy learning and the Honors options for Physics and Lang are basically the same workload at my school.
  • azwu331azwu331 Registered User Posts: 713 Member
    Yes, 4 APs junior year is doable if you put time and effort into them. I took 4 AP classes and 6 AP tests last year, so I can tell you that if you're motivated enough, you should be able to do well. Good luck!
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