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christmasnuggetschristmasnuggets Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
So my schedule next year looks like:
AP Statistics
AP Comp
AP Psych
AP Gov
AP Environmental Sci
Honors Bio
Band 2
T.A. Period
Along with my classes, I play sports year-round and do extra-curriculars. So would it be possible to Self-Study for the AP Microeconomics exam, espescially if I'm not very strong in mathematics or economics?

Replies to: Self-Study?

  • overachiever101overachiever101 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
    i'm going to say it would be difficult. macro isn't very easy in my opinion but keep in mind some people may find it easier. however, with the amount and workload of all the classes you are taking plus doing extra curriculars, it would be hard to self study. all the aps you take require a lot of work. i would say its possible but it would be very stressful with all your activities and ap classes so i would advise against it.
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