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Better option for an OT major?

xintothebreezexxintothebreezex Registered User Posts: 32 Junior Member
I want to major in occupational therapy in college, so i am trying to figure out what my course load should be for my senior year, in order to increase the amount of credits I have upon starting college.

This year, my junior year, I am taking:

AP psychology
Advanced (honors) precalculus/calculus
Advanced (honors) physics
English 11
Us history 11
Italian 4 Advanced

Next year, I can do either:

A)
AP chemistry
AP biology
AP literature and composition
Economics/government (required course)

Or

B)
AP biology
AP literature composition
Discreet math (college credit)
Italian 5 advanced (college credit)
Economics/government (required course)

Which would be more beneficial for my major (most pre ot programs have a health sciences undergraduate major) but would also not be TOO ridiculously hard and won't absolutely kill my GPA ?
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