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AP sciences for pre-med

jsjung96jsjung96 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
I'm interested in doing premed studies in undergrad. Right now for my science AP I'm taking AP biology. Next year, my senior year, I'm wondering if I should take AP Chem or AP Physics. I have taken honors chemistry, but ap is a double period class, it would be tough to fit that into my schedule. But I haven't taken honors physics, so I don't know if taking ap physics is a good idea.. The prerequisite at our school is precalc which I took last year, but is AP physics too difficult without taking honors physics first? Which class is more beneficial to have taken once you're in college?? Help!
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