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I really don't want to take subject tests in June. Would it be okay to wait?
I already signed up for Math II, Chemistry, and maybe World History for June 6th. However, I'm not even halfway through the prep book for Math II and I'm forgetting all the chemistry and World History I learned this year in those respective AP classes. I have finals and two big projects and I really don't have time to study. But next year I'm going into AP Calc BC, do you think it'd be too late to take Math II after that? Or maybe I should just do Chem and World History? It seems like there aren't enough hours in the day to study for finals, do homework, work on projects, and study for SAT IIs.4 replies
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