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Is AP Psychology taken through APEX Learning Virtual School difficult?

threesapphires23threesapphires23 16 replies23 threads Junior Member
Please let me know! Thank you.
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  • happy1happy1 24429 replies2459 threads Super Moderator
    Don't know specifically about APEX learning but in general AP Psych is considered one of the easiest AP classes.

    And level of difficulty will be relative to the classes you have taken already which you do not indicate here.
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  • threesapphires23threesapphires23 16 replies23 threads Junior Member
    edited July 26
    @happy1 In terms of humanities, I took a regular, unweighted Psychology class in the summer after 8th grade. I also took Pre-IB World History/Geography in 9th grade.
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  • LindagafLindagaf 11293 replies603 threads Super Moderator
    edited July 27
    Colleges like to see grades in HIGH SCHOOL courses. They are not likely to be impressed at all with a grade from a lone online course. If your school offers AP psych, take it at school. If your school doesn’t offer it, and you really are interested in it, self study and take the test. Paying for an online AP course you don’t need, which colleges won’t care about, is a waste of money.
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