Advice on AP Classes I should take?

<p>Hi, I'm a first time poster on this site, so forgive me if I posted this on the wrong forum. I am currently a sophomore in high school and am in the process of course selections for my junior year. I already passed my course selection sheet in, but I can go to my guidance counselor and revise it if need be. So I'm pretty much a smart kid, I take all honors/accelerated/AP courses, mostly As last year, this year As and Bs, and I'm interested in getting into a good premed college. These are the classes that I plan on taking next year:
AP English Language, AP Chemistry, AP US History, Honors Sports Medicine 2, Accelerated Pre-Calculus, Honors Spanish 3, AP Workshop</p>

<p>So what do you think? Would good universities like to see these kind of classes for my junior year? I'd be really happy if I got into an Ivy like Brown, but a non-Ivy prestigious school would be pretty good as well.</p>

<p>BTW my GPA is currently a 3.91, it went down a lot last year from being a 4.115.</p>

<p>Yep, those courses sound good, and so does your GPA. You're on track for a good college I think, assuming that your grades next year are good. However, remember that colleges look at more than grades- include SAT/ACT, SAT IIs, extracurriculars, essays, etc.</p>

<p>I would suggest moving your question here to the AP Tests area: AP</a> Tests Preparation - College Confidential Good luck!</p>

<p>Since you mentioned Brown, here's the page for that on CC: Brown</a> University - College Confidential</p>

<p>There might be some people on there that know that school specifically.</p>

<p>thanks, and you don't think an average sophomore year will hurt my chances?</p>

<p>Of course it wouldn't help, but I don't think it's something to be overly worried about. During your junior year, which is, arguably, the most critical year (academically), focus on your grades, especially in your AP courses. Your junior courseload is good for all schools. But make sure to develop who you are outside of class as well! Don't forget the extracurriculars; it's never to late to explore your interests and start or join something new :)</p>

<p>No, you should be fine...unless you're trying to get into Harvard or something! Junior year is the most important, and you have a really strong schedule planned for that, so get good grades next year and that should be good for a lot of great schools.</p>

<p>thanks so much for your advice</p>