AP Bio vs AP Chem for junior year?

<p>I'm currently taking Honors Biology and Honors Physics as a sophomore, and I took Honors Chemistry freshman year. </p>

<p>I LOVE chem and bio, and I don't mind physics. Which should I took junior year to lighten up my courseload?</p>

<p>I'm also planning on taking AP US History, AP Lang, AP Calc BC, and AP Psych. Or should I take both AP Bio and AP Chem at the same time? If I doubled up, then I could take AP Physics senior year.</p>

<p>I'm thinking it'd be better to take AP Bio because I'll probably retain the info better since I'm taking honors bio right now, but i heard AP bio was a lot of reading and memorization, which would probably take up lots of time. AP chem i heard was a lot more math, which comes relatively easily to me.</p>

<p>I would take both. If you're good at biology and chemistry, why not. I'm taking both AP Chemistry and AP Biology my Junior year too. I'm in Chemistry now. AP Biology is a lot of reading because it's just concepts, but it's really fun. I also heard that the AP Biology labs can get challenging at times, but it's interesting. I assume that you're good in physics, and I heard that AP Physics is really cool, but A LOT OF MATH (I'm not a math person)</p>

<p>Overall, I think you should take AP Biology and AP Chemistry, so you can take AP Physics. It's a win-win situation.</p>