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Need help with choosing classes for my junior year

studyingandstuffstudyingandstuff Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
Hi, I am currently a sophomore who is taking AP Psychology and AP World History. For next year, I am deciding on which AP's to take and it would be great if you could give me some advice and thoughts about specific AP courses. I want to take three AP's out of the following, AP Biology, AP Physics I, AP English Language(will take for sure), AP Comparative Government, and AP Economics(micro and macro). Out of these, which of them are very challenging and which of them are relatively easy. Thanks!

Replies to: Need help with choosing classes for my junior year

  • helpless2017helpless2017 Registered User Posts: 169 Junior Member
    It honestly really depends on your school. In terms of breadth of material and exam difficulty, I would say micro/macro and gov are the easiest, then AP Lang and Physics i (Physics I is very easy if you have taken a physics class in the past), and Bio is the hardest simply because of how much material there is. However, every school is different so I would ask around.
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