I am a current senior applying to competitive universities in America. At the moment I am enrolled in AP Econ, Chinese (the level below AP), a dual enrollment kinesiology course, AP Enviornmental Science, Data Analytics (non-AP math-- took AP Stats last year), English (non-AP), AP US Gov, & AP Comp Gov (next semester). I am considering switching Chinese for AP Chem, even though I do not particularly enjoy Chem (I don't really like Chinese or Chem). I am worried APES, AP US Gov, & Comp Gov are considered "easier" AP courses. Is my courseload rigorous enough without chem? Besides AP Chem, what could I supplement Chinese with? Is it worth it to take 4 years of a language even if I don't enjoy it (Chinese is always my lowest grade. Last semester was the first time I have ever gotten an A in that class).
Thanks so much!