Am I overloading myself?

<p>I'm a rising sophomore and will be self self studying/taking classes for these AP subjects:</p>

<p>Sophomore Year:
AP Psychology (self study)
AP Stat (self study)
AP World History (self study)</p>

<p>Junior Year:
AP Government & Politics (class)
AP French (class)
AP Calculus BC (class)
AP Chem (class)
AP U.S History (self study)
AP Euro (self study)</p>

<p>Senior Year:
AP Art History (self study)
AP Biology (class)
AP Human Geography (self study)
AP Environmental Science (class)
AP Literature and Composition (class)
AP Physics C (class)</p>

<p>I think its doable.</p>

<p>Yes, because not only will you be studying for your class AP exams but also for your self-study. I think it would be a lot of work, especially if you do any EC's. That's my opinion, though, you can do whatever you think you can handle.</p>

<p>Sophomore and senior year look okay, but junior year may be more difficult than you anticipate now.</p>

<p>I'm not looking to get anything below a 5 for every AP exam I take =( AP exams are pretty pricey ($84 per test I think) and I'd be heartbroken if I got a 2 on let's say AP Lit.</p>

<p>^You should be good for next year; those are all fairly easy AP classes. if you have to have a 5 on all of them, then you will need to start early for your junior year (either in the summer or fall after sophomore year) for classes like U.S. and European history since there is so much to learn</p>

<p>I think you're taking too many history classes in one year.. Maybe you should switch Bio and Gov't. Take Biology your junior year and Gov't your senior year.</p>

<p>I think that for junior year, if you can, self-study government and be in class for US History. Government is definitely much more manageable in a short amount of time(but don't underestimate it too much).
And try to take AP World in class if possible. Same thing goes for Art History as well.
This schedule is doable, I just think you could be in class for harder ones and out for easier ones(i.e. - switch envi sci to self and take art hist. in class)</p>

<p>Either way, you have a shot if you're extremely dedicated. Good luck :)</p>